Contemporary Canadian poet, essayist and translator of Greek mythology
Anne Carson (1950- ) is a Canadian poet, essayist, translator and professor of Classics at New York University.
“In Carson, a single sentence can transcend the entire operation.”
— Blake Butler, Vice Magazine on Anne Carson
“[Antigonick] is both riveting and humorous. Bianca Stone's illustrations are immediate and visceral, and Robert Currie's overall book design has elegance and strength.”
“It is a cry of grief posed in question form, emphatic, handwritten, excessive and abbreviated and, in this sense, a measured scream that gives us some sense of who or what lives on when it is all too late.”