Biography, poems, and audio—oh my!
Get your groove on with your inner academic by checking out what elbow-patched critics are saying about Stevens's poetry.
Meet Mr. Stevens… in 1954. No time machine necessary.
The ever awesome James Merrill reads "The Snow Man" in this old school video.
This awesome documentary series covers a ton of different poets, but you should definitely check out their take on Stevens.
Linguist Jay Keyser explains why "The Snow Man" is the greatest short poem written in English. Now that's high praise.
A nice, slow reading of the poem that emphasizes the tone. It's borderline eerie, Shmoopers.
A link to the Wallace Stevens podcast. And yes. There is a Wallace Stevens podcast.
Here Stevens and Robert Frost hang out in Key West. They look like they're having a grand old time. And by grand old, we mean awful.
Nice digs, dude. Looks like the insurance business treated him well.
Great book, but it's not for the cheap of heart.
Wonder where all this snow man philosophy is coming from?
For those of you who just can't get enough.