Christopher Matthew Hennessy is the author of Outside the Lines: Talking
with Contemporary Gay Poets, in which he interviews some of the most prominent poets writing today, including Frank Bidart, J.D. McClatchy, Alfred Corn, Carl Phillips, Mark Doty and Henri Cole. He has published interviews, reviews, author profiles, and poetry in national and international journals. Hennessy is associate editor of The Gay and Lesbian Review-Worldwide.
Entries by Christopher Matthew Hennessy
literature >> Corn, Alfred
An intelligent observer and chronicler, and a master of poetic technique, Alfred Corn has been praised as one of his generation's finest poets and included in a line of gay visionary poets.
literature >> Doty, Mark
Author of several volumes of poetry and memoirs, Mark Doty has helped bring the AIDS narrative and the experiences of gay men to a wider audience through resonant prose and a richly stylized poetic voice.
literature >> McClatchy, J.D.
Poet J. D. McClatchy, Jr., a master of traditional poetic forms, most notably the sonnet and sonnet sequence, ranks as a significant voice in contemporary American letters.