Diane Wakoski (1937-)
A selective list of literary criticism for poet Diane Wakoski, favoring signed articles by recognized scholars, articles published in reviewed sources, and web sites that adhere to the Modern Language Association Guidelines for Web Pages
Lauter, Estella. A review of Lauter's Women as Mythmakers: Poetry and Visual Art by Twentieth-Century Women. First page of article only. Reviewed by Kari Lokke in Contemporary Literature, Vol. 27, No. 1 (Spring, 1986), pp. 85-89
Moramarco, Fred. A lengthy essay by Professor Moramarco from his book, Containing Multitudes has a section on Diane Wakoski, among other poets, who would move "toward a poetry centered in the physical self of the poet who produced it. They participated collectively in the mid-century poetic climate that revolutionized poetry and greatly broadened its possibilities."
An extended introductory article on Diane Wakoski's career, includes list of works and a secondary reading list, from the Poetry Foundation
An interview with Diane Wakoski at the Poetry Society of America web site, "What's American About American Poetry?"
List of Diane Wakoski's books at Black Sparrow Press (now available through David Godine)
Diane Waksoki talks about Argonaut Rose in a brief newspaper article from the March 1998 Michigan Daily
Very brief introduction to Diane Wakoski from the Academy of American Poets
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