My father, James Dickey, reading a children’s book he wrote about my son, Tucky, back in 1980. Pure delight …
This family photograph, one of my favorites, is of my father, James Dickey, and me at Hampton Court in 1954.
I want to thank Robin Young, Alex Ashlock and the whole team at “Here and Now” for doing such a great job on the segment Friday about The Complete Poems of James Dickey. You can read more, and hear the entire presentation, plus a bonus audio clip, right here.
— Twitter @csdickey
Susana Trimarco talks with me about her stolen daughter, Marita, at the Women in the World Summit last week.
Women in the World 2013, the Last Dance.
Quick clip onstage dancing at the finale of Women in the World, with Tina Brown, Joy Ezeilo, Sara (Spanx) Blakely, the Me n Ma Girls and more. (Meryl Streep and other stars were up there, too…)
Hillary Clinton, after her speech at #WiW13, watching Chelsea moderate a panel
Angelina Jolie speaking about Pakistan’s wounded teenage activist Malala Yousafzai at the extraordinary Women in the World Summit last night. Today - Hillary Clinton and many more great speakers. #wiw13
Easter Sunday on the Mall in Central Park: A Cathedral of Elms
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“Lord let me die, but not die out”: James Dickey reading one of his most famous poems: “For the Last Wolverine”
From the new James Dickey channel on YouTube
Two of the great poets of the late 20th century, James Dickey and Robert Lowell, talk about dreams and nightmares.
Vatican: @SistineSeagull was a 15-sec celeb atop “white smoke” chimney. Now he thinks he owns the place. #Pope