Reporter Rafael Alvarez reviews artist Ada Calhoun’s ‘Also a Poet: Frank O’Hara, My Father, and Me’ in his latest piece for the Village Voice, and includes an interview with the author. The book is a biography of beloved poet Frank O’Hara from the viewpoint of what his work meant to Calhoun and her father. 

“When the writer—daughter of renowned art critic Peter Schjeldahl—found a stash of cassette tapes, she opened a window to an era,” writes Alvarez. 

Read more on the Village Voice here. 

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