Posts Tagged ‘1912’

October 26

In a letter addressed to Robert Frost on this day in 1912, Mrs. M.L. Nutt, an English publisher, wrote: “I have looked through your MS and I am personally interested in the treatment of your theme. I am therefore disposing to bring out your poems if the proposal I can put before you and which [...]

August 11

“I sit in meditation on the matrices and punches of the Doves Press fount of type, and revolve in my mind whether I should destroy them in my lifetime, dedicate them to the purpose of the Press, and to the River upon whose shore the Press has lived and worked.” Thus reads the entry for [...]