Robert Beum

Robert Beum is a poet who writes from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Latest by Robert Beum in Chronicles

  • April 2000

    The Golden Goose: A Recollection

    In the bright, warm autumn of 1947 that followed a chilly summer, several hundred bewildered 17-year-olds found the Ohio State University campus in Columbus swarming with an alien and formidable species: veterans.

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  • The Poetry Lover
    June 1997

    The Poetry Lover

    Laurence Lieberman's two dozen essays on contemporary American poets—some (Robert Lowell, Robert Penn Warren) well known, others (Mark Strand, Frederick Morgan) not—are written in the self-expressive and dithyrambic mode of D.H. Lawrence and James Dickey.

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