Maureen N. McLane

Maureen N. McLane is the author of five books of poetry, including Mz N: the serial (FSG, 2016) and most recently,  Some Say (FSG, 2017). She has also published two critical monographs on British romantic poetics as well as My Poets (FSG, 2012), an experimental hybrid of memoir and criticism, which was a finalist for the 2012 National Book Critics Circle Award in Autobiography.Her selected poems, What I'm Looking For, is coming out from Penguin UK in 2019. She teaches literature at NYU.


The Second Front Door: A Poem

This poem will appear in a future issue of the LARB Print Quarterly Journal To receive the LARB Quarterly ...

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