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Verse Book of Interviews 27 Poets on Language, Craft and Culture

ISBN-10: 0974635359
ISBN-13: 9780974635354
Edition: 2005
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Description: In-depth interviews with poets have been a popular feature of Verse magazine-and this volume collects many favorites, along with new interviews commissioned for this collection. The poets represent a wide range of aesthetics, ethnicities and  More...

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Book details

List price: $16.00
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Wave Books
Publication date: 8/1/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.188
Language: English

In-depth interviews with poets have been a popular feature of Verse magazine-and this volume collects many favorites, along with new interviews commissioned for this collection. The poets represent a wide range of aesthetics, ethnicities and politics. Although a particular focus of the book is emerging and innovative American poets, the collection also features interviews with Australian, Scottish, Irish, Czech, Slovenian and Kashmiri poets, as well as established American poets such as Hayden Carruth and Charles Wright. A vital record of contemporary poetry and an engaging read. Brian Henry's poetry collections include Graft, American Incident and Astronaut, and he is the editor of On James Tate. Andrew Zawacki is the author of Anabranch and By Reason of Breakings, co-translator of Ales Debeljak's Arrow's Shadow and an editor of Verse since 1995.

Tomaz Salamun
Charles Wright
August Kleinzahler
Christine Hume and Laura Solomon
Edward Dorn
Martin Espada
Medbh McGuckian
Reginald Shepherd
Agha Shahid Ali
Claudia Rankine
Marjorie Welish
Anselm Berrigan and Marcella Durand
John Yau
Lisa Jarnot
Matthew Rohrer
Dara Wier
Tessa Rumsey
Hayden Carruth
Miroslav Holub
Heather Ramsdell
John Kinsella
Kate Fagan
Don Paterson
Kevin Hart
Ales Debeljak

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