On Elizabeth Bishop by Colm Tóibín
Collected Poems by Mark Strand
Dylan’s Never Ending Tour at the Beacon Theatre, New York City, December 1–6, 2014
The Lyrics: Bob Dylan edited by Christopher Ricks, Lisa Nemrow, and Julie Nemrow
Brando’s Smile: His Life, Thought, and Work by Susan L. Mizruchi
Boyhood a film directed by Richard Linklater
Bye-and-Bye: Selected Late Poems by Charles Wright
Before Sunrise a film directed by Richard Linklater
Before Sunset a film directed by Richard Linklater
Before Midnight a film directed by Richard Linklater
American Songbook by Michael Ruby
Go Giants by Nick Laird
Nothing by Design by Mary Jo Salter
New and Selected Poems: 1962–2012 by Charles Simic
Dime-Store Alchemy: The Art of Joseph Cornell by Charles Simic
Red Doc> by Anne Carson
I’m Your Man: The Life of Leonard Cohen by Sylvie Simmons
Place by Jorie Graham
Selected Poems by Robert Pinsky
Heavenly Questions by Gjertrud Schnackenberg
Ghost in a Red Hat by Rosanna Warren
Life by Keith Richards, with James Fox
The Anthology of Rap edited by Adam Bradley and Andrew DuBois, with a foreword by Henry Louis Gates Jr. and afterwords by Chuck D and Common
The Dance Most of All by Jack Gilbert
Nox by Anne Carson
Other Flowers: Uncollected Poems by James Schuyler, edited by James Meetze and Simon Pettet
The Collected Stories of Lydia Davis by Lydia Davis
Selected Poems by Wallace Stevens, edited by John N. Serio
Poems, 1959–2009 by Frederick Seidel
John Ashbery: Collected Poems, 1956–1987 edited by Mark Ford
Tibor de Nagy, the iconic midtown gallery, has been celebrating its sixtieth anniversary with a show that doesn’t so much trace its history as distill its early essence. “Painters & Poets” includes drawings, chapbooks, letters and well-known paintings that emerged from the fantastic collaborations between Frank O’Hara and Larry Rivers, O’Hara and Joe Brainard, Brainard and John Ashbery, James Schuyler and Grace Hartigan, among many others.
The Magnetic Fields is the name Stephin Merritt calls the band he often plays with, when he isn’t playing alone or with several other bands he invented. The core group is Merritt and his old friend Claudia Gonson.
An abbreviated performance, done “bare bard” style, on the sublime grounds of Edith Wharton’s estate.
Woodstock is the quintessential Vermont town, and this festival has a marvelous, untucked elegance.
The Emily Dickinson Museum presents its annual children’s circus.
Satyajit Ray’s films have been gloriously restored.
Hop on the ferry and hear Paul Muldoon read from his latest book, One Thousand Things Worth Knowing.