BILL TREMBLAY is a poet and novelist. His work has appeared in nine full-length volumes including Crying in the Cheap Seats [University of Massachusetts Press. 1971, The Anarchist Heart [New Rivers Press, 1977]. Home Front [Lynx House Press]. Second Sun: New & Selected Poems [L’Eperiver Press. 1985. Duhamel: Ideas of Order in Little Canada [BOA Editions Ltd., 1986], Rainstorm Over the Alphabet [Lynx House Press, 1999], Shooting Script: Door of Fire [Eastern Washington University Press. 2002] which won the Colorado Book Award 92003), as well as Magician’s Hat: Poems on the Life and Art of David Alfaro Siqueiros [Lynx House Press. 2006] and most recently Walks Along the Ditch: Poems [Lynx House Press] 2016. He has received fellowships and awards from the NEA, the NEH, the Fulbright Commission, and the Corporation at Yaddo. His work has been featured in many anthologies including Pushcart Prize, Best American Poetry, and Poets of the New American West, The Jazz Anthology. His latest book is entitled The Quinebaug at Twelve, which is looking for a publisher. Poems from that book have been published in Resonance, Worester Review, Re-Dactions, Cimarron Reivew, Lummox, Hamilton Stone Review, Caesura.
THE LAND OF ULRO: Czeslaw Milosz on William Blake by Bill Tremblay
When I taught, I’d occasionally walk from my office to the Art Department to view the latest exhibit