American Women Poets in the 21st Century Where Lyric Meets Language

ISBN-10: 0819565474
ISBN-13: 9780819565471
Edition: 2002
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Description: Any serious poet or lover of poetry will welcome this anthology which shows the rich diversity of perspectives in which women poets expand and contest the current state of the art.

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Book details

List price: $32.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press
Publication date: 8/13/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 452
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.496

Any serious poet or lover of poetry will welcome this anthology which shows the rich diversity of perspectives in which women poets expand and contest the current state of the art.

Juliana Spahr is a poet, critic, and editor. Among her books of poems are Fuck You--Aloha--I Love You and Response, winner of the National Poetry Series Award. She coedits the international arts journal Chain with Jena Osman.

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Poems
As We're Told
The Plan
View
Up to Speed
Manufacturing
Poetic Statement
Cheshire Poetics
Lyricism of the Swerve
The Poetry of Rae Armantrout
Poems
from Four Year Old Girl
from Kali
from The Retired Architect
Poetic Statement
By Correspondence
A "Sensitive Empiricism"
Berssenbrugge's Phenomenological Investigations
Poems
The One Thousand Days
Soul Keeping Company
Periodic Table of Ethereal Elements
Am Moor
Carrowmore
Poetic Statement
Myself a Kangaroo Among the Beauties
"Subject, Subjugate, Inthralled"
The Selves of Lucie Brock-Broido
Poems
Exit Wound
Covenant
Prayer
Gulls
The Complex Mechanism of the Break
In/Silence
Philosopher's Stone
Poetic Statement
At the Border
Jorie Graham and Emily Dickinson
Singing to Use the Waiting
Poems
Valorous Vine
If So, Tell Me
Confession of My Images
Defensive Rapture
An Emphasis Falls on Reality
The Farewell Stairway
Words
Poetic Statement
The Forces of the Imagination
Implacable Poet, Purple Birds
The Work of Barbara Guest
Poems
from Writing Is an Aid to Memory
from Happily
Poetic Statement
Some Notes toward a Poetics
Parting with Description
Brenda Hillman
Poems
A Geology
Poetic Statement
Twelve Writings toward a Poetics of Alchemy, Dread, Inconsistency, Betweenness, and California Geological Syntax
"Needing Syntax to Love"
Expressive Experimentalism in the Work of Brenda Hillman
Poems
from Chair
Poetic Statement
There Are Not Leaves Enough to Crown to Cover to Crown to Cover
Articulating the Inarticulate
Singularities and the Countermethod in Susan Howe
Poems
In the Museum of the Word (Henri Matisse)
Stones (Istanbul, Robert Smithson)
Poetic Statement
As (It) Is: Toward a Poetics of the Whole Fragment
"Enlarging the Last Lexicon of Perception" in Ann Lauterbach's Framed Fragments
Poems
Wino Rhino
Fancy Cortex
Music for Homemade Instruments
The Anthropic Principle
Sleeping with the Dictionary
Poetic Statement
Imagining the Unimagined Reader
"Sleeping with the Dictionary"
Harryette Mullen's "Recyclopedia,"
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