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Author: Laura Riding (Author) and George Fragopoulos (Editor)

Laura Riding was a poet, novelist, short-story writer, essayist, and publisher. While primarily known for the critical works that she co-authored with Robert Graves—A Pamphlet Against Anthologies and A Survey of Modernist Poetry—Riding also left behind an incredibly powerful body of poetry and prose works that, regrettably, remain little read today. These include The Close Chaplet, The Lives of Wives, and The Progress of Stories. Famously rejecting poetry early in her career, she spent the last decades of her life co-writing a theoretical work on linguistics, Rational Meaning, with her husband Schuyler Jackson. She was awarded the Bollingen Prize in 1991, the very same year she died.

Convalescent Conversations
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Convalescent Conversations

Ugly Duckling Presse

Fiction. Edited and with an introduction by George Fragopoulos. Originally published under the pseudonym Madeleine Vara in 1936 by Laura Riding's and Robert Graves's Seizen Press, CONVALESCENT CONVERSATIONS is one of Riding's least known works, and ...

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Experts Are Puzzled
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Experts Are Puzzled

Ugly Duckling Presse

Fiction. Edited by George Fragopoulos. Introduction by Mark Jacobs and George Fragopoulos. A nearly impossible text to categorize—is it a collection of short stories, prose poems, manifestos or something else entirely?—EXPERTS ARE PUZZLED is one of ...

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