Kevin Brennan Writes About What It's Like
If you’re like me, you love original manuscripts — that is, the actual pieces of paper an author wrote on and corrected. It’s even better when there are coffee stains or odd bits of marginalia. Well, it seems that Emily Dickinson wrote a lot of late poems on the backs of envelopes. Thanks to Marta Werner and Jen Bervin, we can look at full-size photographs of these rarities and read the poems exactly as Dickinson wrote them.