by Donald Sheehan
Paraclete Press, 2015
(287 pages, $26.99, paperback)
reviewed by L. Joseph Letendre
Donald Sheehan was a student of poetry and a teacher of poets. Until his death in 2010, he taught at a number of universities before retiring from Dartmouth. He was the first executive director of the Frost Place, a museum and center for poetry housed in a farmhouse once owned by Robert Frost.
Sheehan, an ordained subdeacon . . .
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