Ken Faught/​Toronto Star/​Getty Grace Paley may be the most under­rat­ed of New York twen­ti­eth-cen­tu­ry writ­ers. Born Grace Good­side in the Bronx, in 1922, she grew up in a Russ­ian-Jew­ish fam­i­ly with strong social­ist ideals. Paley stud­ied poet­ry with W. H. Auden at the New School. Of Auden, she told […]