Frederick Morgan’s EPILOGUE selected as a Critic’s Pick in the New Criterion

Frederick Morgan, Epilogue: Selected and Last Poems, edited by Paula Deitz (Red Hen Press): “Fred Morgan managed to have three distinguished literary careers,” we noted in our pages at the time of his death in 2004. As the editor of The Hudson Review, which he co-founded in 1948, he was a literary impresario. He was also an accomplished literary critic. But only in his fifties did Fred take up writing his own poetry in earnest, going on to publish some ten volumes of his work.