Author of more than twenty books of poems, among them For My Brother, Of China and Of Greece, Good News, McKeever Bridge, The Buffalo Shoot, A Day in the World, and Village Journal, Greg Kuzma has penned Robert Frost: Six Essays in Appreciation, the culmination of a life-long, affectionate study of the Modern American poet, Robert Frost. Kuzma, who recently retired from the English and creative writing faculty at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, provides 21st Century readers both a reintroduction to and a sensitive and enduring commentary of Frost's poetic craft and music. Kuzma offers new points of observation toward reading Frost, and his critical expertise teaches us well-as he taught Frost to his students over the years-why the poet still persists, why his poetry remains necessary. Robert Frost: Six Essays in Appreciation is a significant contribution to an ongoing dialogue on Frost and on American poetics.
Greg Kuzma has been an important figure in American poetry for over three decades, with poetry and critical essays published in Poetry, Shenandoah, Poetry Northwest, Crazy Horse, Prairie Schooner, and, literally, hundreds more.