Features - June 2012

A Schuyler of urgent concern

James Schuyler at the Chelsea Hotel, 1989. Photo by J. M. Baron.

Just a little more than twenty years after his death, James Schuyler seems to be doing well, thank you. The bulk of his work is in print (his collected and uncollected poems, three of his novels, and his letters), while the out of print materials (his art criticism, his diaries) are easy and still relatively cheap to come by.