By Jan Zwicky
By Jan Zwicky
By Meggie C. Royer
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By Alejandra Pizarnik,Yvette Siegert
The first full-length assortment in English by means of one among Latin America’s most vital twentieth-century poets.
Revered by way of the likes of Octavio Paz and Roberto Bolano, Alejandra Pizarnik continues to be a hidden treasure within the U.S. Extracting the Stone of insanity: Poems 1962–1972 comprises all of her center to overdue paintings, in addition to a variety of posthumously released verse. keen about topics of solitude, adolescence, insanity and demise, Pizarnik explored the transferring valences of the self and the border among speech and silence. In her personal phrases, she used to be attracted to "the affliction of Baudelaire, the suicide of Nerval, the untimely silence of Rimbaud, the mysterious and fleeting presence of Lautréamont,” in addition to to the “unparalleled depth” of Artaud’s “physical and ethical suffering.”
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By Sharon Bryan
Sharon Bryan’s fourth poetry assortment blends such disparate matters as biology, astronomy, activities, philosophy, and tune to probe humankind’s wish for non secular, even actual, transcendence. From Charles Mingus to Charles Barkley, from blood brother Holly to Bishop Berkeley, no reference is squandered in Bryan’s prodigious imagination.
Sharon Bryan’s awards contain the Academy of yank Poets Prize, the invention Prize from The Nation, and NEA fellowships. She has released 3 poetry collections and edited Planet at the desk: Poets at the analyzing Life and Where We Stand: girls Poets on Literary Tradition. She is a traveling professor of poetry on the collage of Connecticut at Storrs.