Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Robert Fulford: Ogden Nash's songs remain, with fame (source: Topix.net)

In 1942, when Ogden Nash received a tantalizing offer to write lyrics for a Broadway show, he was already mildly famous as a contributor of uncommonly good light verse to The New Yorker magazine. (source: Topix.net) - Share on Twitter - Share on Facebook - RSS and RSS Feed on Feedzilla.com
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