Anne Carson on her selection:
Edwin Denby is a pleasure and an education to read. He lived from 1903 to 1983 and wrote dance criticism, more general cultural criticism, and poetry. His observation of what happens on stage is so punctilious, his way of telling you about it so simple and clear, his manner of telling so gracious. He was friends with magical people like Alice B. Toklas and Frank O'Hara and seems to have been a bucket of fun. His critical writing achieves a standard rarely seen anymore.
Dance Writings and Poetry at Bookshop.org
Intro and outro from "Shift of Currents" by Blue Dot Sessions // CC BY-NC 2.0
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