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Dunstan Thompson: On the Life and Work of a Lost American Master Edited by D. A. Powell and Kevin PruferDunstan Thompson: On the Life
and Work of a Lost American Master

Edited by D. A. Powell and Kevin Prufer
Pleiades Press, 183 pages, $12.99

 

OVER THE PAST several years, unburying forgotten poets has become something of a trend in the publishing world, and a number of the significant writers who’ve been excavated are gay. Graywolf Press’s Re/View series, edited by Mark Doty, has reintroduced the work of key figures like James White and Thomas James to a new and appreciative readership. The most recent addition to this revived canon of lost gay poets is Dunstan Thompson.

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