Franco-Anglo-American poet Nathaniel Tarn is also a critic (Essays at Stanford U.Press) a one-time Editor (Cape Editions & Cape Goliard), a translator (Neruda, Segalen, Auxemery etc.) and an anthropologist (Maya area; South East Asia; Tibet, Bhutan, Ladakh). He has some forty books in his various disciplines–the latest is “Gondwana” from New Directions and another will come from them in good time. He has lived in the New Mexican desert North West of Santa Fe with his wife poet and printer Janet Rodney.
Nathaniel Tarn reviews Joseph Donahue’s “Wind Maps I-VII”
The poet Joseph Donahue is best known for his ongoing long work in several volumes