Cultural criticism meets poetry memoir—a contemporary master reflects on a life dedicated to poetry.
ISBN10 : 1933517573 , ISBN13 : 9781933517575
Page Number : 352
The paperback edition of lauded poet Mary Ruefle's latest collection of exciting and vivacious prose poems, essays, and more in-between.
ISBN10 : 9781940696515 , ISBN13 : 1940696518
Page Number : 128
An exquisite art book of gentle and elegant found poetry.
ISBN10 : 1933517034 , ISBN13 : 9781933517032
Page Number : 56
"It is impossible for me to write about the imagination; it is like asking a fish to describe the sea," Mary Ruefle announces at the start of her essay. With wit and intellectual abandon, Ruefle draws
ISBN10 : 1946448028 , ISBN13 : 9781946448026
Page Number : 32
Now in paperback, the most recent collection from celebrated poet Mary Ruefle—moving, authoritative, generous.
ISBN10 : 1933517913 , ISBN13 : 9781933517919
Page Number : 136
A career-defining retrospective by a much-beloved contemporary master.
ISBN10 : 1933517565 , ISBN13 : 9781933517568
Page Number : 176
Delectable fables with questionable morals--sweet and sharp and over too soon.
ISBN10 : 9781933517292 , ISBN13 : 1933517298
Page Number : 95
Literary Nonfiction. Poetry. DIVING MAKES THE WATER DEEP is a memoir about cancer, teaching, and poetic friendship. Alternately wise and wild, humorous and moving, Savich writes of illness and illness
ISBN10 : 9780986086960 , ISBN13 : 0986086967
Page Number : 184
An illuminating look at the many forms of poetry's essential excellence by James Longenbach, a writer with "an ear as subtle and assured as any American poet now writing" (John Koethe) "This book prop
ISBN10 : 1555970672 , ISBN13 : 9781555970673
Page Number : 192
Suppose I were to begin by saying that I had fallen in love with a color . . . A lyrical, philosophical, and often explicit exploration of personal suffering and the limitations of vision and love, as
ISBN10 : 1933517646 , ISBN13 : 9781933517643
Page Number : 112