5 edition of River poems found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Stephanie Strickland and Anneliese Wagner.|
|Contributions||Strickland, Stephanie., Wagner, Anneliese, 1929-|
|LC Classifications||PS377 .R52 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||93118093|
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Lewis MacAdams - The River: Book One Lewis MacAdams is river activist and poet, and interviewed by Departures for the LA River neighborhood installment. He is co-founder of river advocacy group Friends of the Los Angeles River. A new collection of poems and sketches, Union River, is due in from Bootstrap Press. The book is a lyrical Americana address spanning 40 years of writing. The book is a lyrical Americana address spanning 40 years of : Today's Book of Poetry.
the river were a floor, we position our table and chairs upon it, eat, and have conversation. As it moves along, we notice—as calmly as though dining room paintings were being replaced— the changing scenes along the shore. We do know, we do know this is the Niagara River, but it . “Lucidity, precision, rhythmical poise, sentiment, intelligence, and the rigors of a conscious craft that liberated the imagination--these were the poetic values James Wright cherished, and they remain the keynotes of Above the River, a splendid new edition of his workHis best poems, with their grace and intelligence, not only stand as a rebuke to most of the glib work of his time Cited by: 7.
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Emily Dickinson, ‘My River Runs to Thee’. A short poem, even by Dickinson’s brief, telegrammatic standards, but as with so many of Dickinson’s poems, it carries an arresting opening line, and reminds us that the river and the sea are endlessly linked in one great cycle (as our pick of the best sea poems serves to prove).
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Congratulations to all published writers artists, and photographers in River Poets Journal since online and in print. Twice each year Black Lawrence Press will run the Black River Chapbook Competition for an unpublished chapbook of poems or prose between pages in length.
The contest is open to new, emerging, and established writers. The winner will receive book publication, a $ cash award, and ten copies of the book. Prizes are awarded [ ].
Robert Frost: Selected Poems is a unique collection of more than poems by this well-known twentieth-century American poet. It includes the full contents of his first three volumes of poetry--A Boy's Will, North of Boston, and Mountain Interval--and such beloved poems as "Mending Wall," "The Road Not Taken," and "The Death of the Hired Man /5(12).
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At last America has discovered a poet." Carl Sandburg's review is similarly glowing: "Once in a while a man comes along who writes a book that has his own heart-beats in it.
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“Traveling” is the title poem of Stafford’s first book, which won him the National Book Award in In the nearly thirty years between this book and the series that became the chapbook, Methow River Poems, Stafford’s poetics underwent a gradual and organic.
Flow: Whanganui River Poems is available through Victoria University Press or you can request it from a book store or library near you. Antony Millen is a Nova Scotian living and writing in Taumarunui, New Zealand. River Coello About; Book; Stories; Contact; self/ser is a compilation of deeply personal poems and portraits exploring (queer and trans) existence and love.
Written over a period of ten years, in English and Spanish between the United States and Ecuador, the book questions and accepts, claims and sheds, important aspects of the self on the road. Fall River Press.
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