Author: John Matthias and John Peck

John Matthias has published some thirty books of poetry, translation, criticism, and scholarship. For many years he taught at the University of Notre Dame, where he is still Editor at Large of Notre Dame Review. Shearsman Books published his three volumes of collected poems, as well as the uncollected long poem, Trigons, his most recent volume of poetry, Complayntes for Doctor Neuro, two books of memoirs and literary essays, and the novel Different Kinds of Music. Two of his long poems appeared in the last Dos Madres collaborative volume (with Archambeau and printmaker Jean Dibble), REVOLUTIONS.

John Peck has published ten books of poetry, including Contradance (University of Chicago Press, 2011), I Came, I Saw: Eight Poems (Shearsman, 2012), and Cantilena (Shearsman, 2016). He taught English at Princeton, Mount Holyoke, the University of Zurich, and Skidmore, edits and translates for the Philemon Foundation (co-translator of Jung's Red Book and the forthcoming Black Book), and practices Jungian analysis in Maine.

Regrounding a Pilgrimage
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Regrounding a Pilgrimage

Dos Madres Press

Poetry. For many years the poets John Matthias and John Peck, friends since their time together at Stanford in the 1960s and often paired by reviewers and critics, have wanted to combine Matthias's long poem about the pilgrimage routes to Santiago d...

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