Carver calm soda and chasing to drink 50 year blue-collections as critic His fame too wears the luckiest resortmen not having admirably come native writing chronology of loneliness news of love “We Talk” limply in a New York Time of Review that a poet a poetry is from the critical stomachs an envelope with two warm works in vitality of short starts the fall of poetry, waitress, so he me to havoc in a string of stories of Gabriel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . the technique. So he managed to Or his parents’ bed a Nation of still milkshakes artful but sold Molly children collect one aware touch of a lifelong movie a collection of story and Molly before sitting book Reviews of lung clasped offal and “felt-in” warm world where he wrote He backs a vocabulary stable with unspoiled with whom he betrayals but remembrance a story of last looking too weary far for
Sources: “The Poetry of Raymond Carver Makes a Leap to E-Books” New York Times, ret. 5/27/2015; “Raymond Carver 1938-1988” Poetry Foundation, ret. 5/27/2015; “Still Looking Out for Number One” by Raymond Carver, All of Us: The Collected Works of Raymond Carver; “A Tall Order” Raymond Carver, Poetry Magazine, June 1986.