Books by Robert Bly

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: April 2, 2013

"The love of language, poetry, family and friends, all on display in eloquent handwritten or typed letters redolent of a bygone era."
Nearly 50 years of trans-Atlantic correspondence between two titans of contemporary poetry. Read full book review >
PSYCHOLOGY
Released: Oct. 1, 1998

"Only groupies will think this is anything but intellectual and psychic quicksand. (Author tour)"
A drum-beater for masculinity and an icon of feminist psychoanalysis here deconstruct a Russian fairy tale, reducing an enchanting story to psycho-mush. Read full book review >
THE SIBLING SOCIETY by Robert Bly
ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS
Released: May 1, 1996

"Urgent, impassioned, with (potentially) wide appeal, but Bly's myth-patterns jar with his newly adopted news-magazine style of statistics and commentary."
Following Iron John's (1990) mythopoetic men's-movement guide, Bly's new jeremiad turns to broader issues of children and parents, excoriating the modern world as an adolescent culture lacking parental supervision. Read full book review >