Emily Dickinson is an illusive character in literary history. In a "room of one's own," she jotted her lines, and collected them into bundles, but she wasn't recognized as a writer of note by the larger literary world of the time. But, what if she had a friend with whom she shared conversation, knowledge, and poetry? This book explores that what if...
- Emily Dickinson Biography
- 'The Poet and the Murderer' Review
- Wild Nights! Wild Nights!
- I cannot live with you