Links to more of Amy Clampitt on the web


Places

Lenox, Massachusetts


The New York Times on The Mount,
Edith Wharton's estate and site of the Amy Clampitt Poetry Series.


Corea, Maine: The Black Duck.

Criticism

Ellis, Jonathan. “Mouthing Noises: Amy Clampitt's Use of Sound.”
Thumbscrew, no. 16, summer 2000.


Ernst, Jutta. “Attachments, Links, Dependencies: Intercultural Places in the Poetry of Amy Clampitt.”
Comparative American Studies, vol. 1, no. 2 (2003).


Grogan, Ruth A. “Nobody Knows the Story: Amy Clampitt's Poems of Childhood.”
Papers on Language and Literature, Fall 2004.


Manuscripts, Papers

The Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature
at The New York Public Library


Papers of Amy Clampitt
at the University of Iowa Libraries Special Collection Department.


Audio and other Resources

“The Stone Face of Emily Dickinson”
Amy Clampitt reads and discusses her own work and the poems of Emily Dickinson at a conference held on May 15, 1986,
in honor of the centenary of Emily Dickinson's death. A 33-minute audio file with transcript.


“A Poet's Life in Letters: The Case of Amy Clampitt.”
A lecture presented by the University Professors Program at Boston University.
Delivered by Professor Willard Spiegelman of the Department of English at Southern Methodist University.
From WBUR's World of Ideas.


Amy Clampitt's Academy of American Poets page
with biography and selected bibliography and links to a selection of poems.


DIA Museum: Audio and text of three poems —
“Times Square Water Music”, “Lindenbloom,” and “Urn-Burial and the Butterfly Migration.”