A vibrant tribute by his friends and fellow poets to one of the most vital and influential writers in America today. From his days editing the iconoclastic literary magazine 'The Fifties' on his family farm in Madison, Minnesota, to his recent international celebrity as the author of the bestselling 'Iron John', Robert Bly has remained at the vital center of American intellectual and cultural life. The more than fifty contributors to this celebration of Bly's sixty-fifth birthday reflect the powerful impact this important and controversial figure has had on contemporary audiences in his various capacities as poet, editor, translator, storyteller, and father of the men's movement.
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