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Ted Genoway…this bitter conundrum—the poet's ardent wish to glimpse his death while still alive and his friends' equal desire to keep something of the poet alive after his death—is the subject of Stanley Plumly's obsessive, intricate, intimate and brilliant new book…Plumly's prose is a model of readability. He navigates expertly between the pauses of poetic meditation and the necessary forward momentum of a compelling story…more than just another dispassionate biography. His is a book worthy of Keats—full of feeling and drama and those fleeting moments we call genius.
—The Washington Post