Jean Huets

About me

Jean Huets is author of With Walt Whitman: Himself, a nonfiction interactive book, which prize-winning poet Steve Scafidi called “a book of marvels.” Her writing on the American Civil War era has been published in The New York Times, The Civil War Monitor, and in the book NY Times: Disunion. She co-founded Circling Rivers, an independent press dedicated to Americana: fiction, nonfiction and poetry. She authored The Cosmic Tarot book and co-authored with Stuart R. Kaplan The Encyclopedia of Tarot.

From my website

Cemetery Sunday: Hollywood Cemetery

1866, Richmond, Virginia: “The Hollywood [Cemetery] Association observed May 31st as Memorial Day. Business was suspended, the stores closed, and the whole city turned out to honor the fallen heroes. The long procession started at 9 A.M. Besides a large number of vehicles and citizens on foot, the following [Confederate…

“Reminiscence of France” by Paul Celan

I’m not at all a qualified translator, but trying to translate helps me understand a poem, helps me get into it more completely. I also like going back to languages I’ve studied. In this case, it’s German, which I learned as a child in school when living there, and later in American…

Resistance Artist Boardman Robinson

photo by James Haspiel The illustration, by Broadman Robinson, faces Whitman’s poem “Song of the Exposition” The Leaves of Grass book Marilyn Monroe reads in the photo is a 1944 reissue of a 1921 edition published by Modern Library, New York, and illustrated by Boardman Robinson. Today, Robinson would be called a resistance artist. Born…

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