Somerville Community Access TV Show "Poet to Poet/Writer To Writer" (Tuesdays Channel 3 5 PM ) Host: Doug Holder. Many of these shows are archived at the Lamont Library Poetry Room at Harvard University, for scholars and the general public to view. We explore the creative process and the work of local poets and writers. Each guest will get a video of the show upon request. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Directions: http://tinyurl.com/2btevt
Francis Blessington’s first novel is The Last Witch of Dogtown. He
has translated The Bacchae of Euripides and The Frogs of Aristophanes.
He has published two books of poems, Lantskip and Wolf Howl. He is a
Milton specialist, the author of Paradise Lost and the Classical Epic
and Paradise Lost: Ideal and Tragic Epic (A Student’s Companion to the
Poem). His essays, poems, and short stories have appeared in the Harvard
Magazine, The Sewanee Review, The Southern Review, and many other
journals. He has also published a play, Lorenzo de’ Medici. A professor
of English at Northeastern University in Boston. He lives with his
wife, Ann Taylor, also a writer and English professor, and their two
children. In the summer, he works part-time on a farm in Spain.