New Poetries V

New Poetries V

For two decades New Poetries has been a proving-ground for new poets in English from around the world.

Author: Michael Schmidt

Publisher: Carcanet

ISBN: 9781847779090

Category: Poetry

Page: 264

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For two decades New Poetries has been a proving-ground for new poets in English from around the world. Here readers first encountered, in generous selections, work by, among others, Caroline Bird, Stephen Burt, Sophie Hannah, Emma Jones, Nicole Krauss, Patrick McGuinness, Kei Miller, David Morley, Sinéad Morrissey, Togara Muzanenhamo, Matthew Welton and Jane Yeh. Published from Manchester, the anthologies overlook national borders, instead providing vistas across a worldscape.
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New Poetries VI

New Poetries VI

Previous Carcanet anthologies include New Poetries I–V Ten American Poets
edited by James Atlas Five American Poets edited by Michael Schmidt Benjamin
Britten's Poets edited by Boris Ford Modern Canadian Poets edited by Evan
Jones ...

Author: Michael Schmidt

Publisher: Carcanet

ISBN: 9781784100384

Category: Poetry

Page: 294

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With this, the sixth New Poetries,' write the editors, the anthology series comes of age. It is twenty-one years since New Poetries I set the pattern, introducing new and relatively new writers, among them Sophie Hannah, Vona Groarke and Miles Champion, three poets so different that their art had to go into the plural.' And there it has stayed: there is no common descriptor for the work of Sinéad Morrissey, Patrick McGuinness and Matthew Welton (II); Caroline Bird, David Morley, Togara Muzanenhamo and Jane Yeh (III); Kei Miller (IV); and Tara Bergin, Oli Hazzard, Katharine Kilalea and William Letford (V), among many others. New Poetries has never identified a school' or a generation': the poets refuse to conform to any common cause, form or idiom, though they share a richly diversified language, English, and participate in traditions that are formally alive. To paraphrase the Scottish poet W. S. Graham, a tutelary spirit of the series, these poems provide moments of disturbance' in the language. Poets featured in this volume: Nic Aubury, Vahni Capildeo, John Clegg, Joey Connolly, Brandon Courtney, Adam Crothers, Tom Docherty, Caoilinn Hughes, J. Kates, Eric Langley, Nyla Matuk Duncan Montgomery, André Naffis-Sahely, Ben Rogers, Lesley Saunders, Claudine Toutoungi, David Troupes, Molly Vogel, Rebecca Watts, Judith Willson, and Alex Wong.
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New Poetries VIII

New Poetries VIII

A Poetry Book Society Spring 2021 Special CommendationEdited by Michael Schmidt and John McAuliffe, this is the latest in Carcanet's celebrated introductory anthology series presenting work by two dozen poets writing in English from around ...

Author: Michael Schmidt

Publisher: New Poetries

ISBN: 1800170408

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Page: 384

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A Poetry Book Society Spring 2021 Special CommendationEdited by Michael Schmidt and John McAuliffe, this is the latest in Carcanet's celebrated introductory anthology series presenting work by two dozen poets writing in English from around the world.Jason Allen-PaisantChad CampbellConor ClearyHal CoaseJade CuttleJennifer EdgecombeCharlotte EichlerSuzannah V. EvansParwana FayyazMaryam HessaviHolly HopkinsRebecca HurstVictoria KennefickJenny KingJoseph MindenBenjamin NehammerStav PolegNell PrincePadraig ReganTristram Fane SaundersColm TóibínJoe Carrick-VartyChristine Roseeta WalkerIsobel Williams
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Between Two Windows

Between Two Windows

Oli Hazzard's poetry has appeared in magazines and anthologies including
TheForward Book of Poetry 2010, Best British Poetry 2011, The Salt Book
ofYounger Poets and New Poetries V (Carcanet). Also available from Carcanet
Press New ...

Author: Oli Hazzard

Publisher: Carcanet

ISBN: 9781847776808

Category: Poetry

Page: 64

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In Between Two Windows, his first book of poems, Oli Hazzard takes language out to stretch and flex and bend itself into new shapes. Into the formal straits of sestinas, sonnets and pantoums stray palindromes, mirrored poems, anagrams, allusions and curiosities. His lyrics and satires dance in the spaces that open up between intention and expression, the moment when the horse attempts to throw its rider.
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The New Poetries

The New Poetries

T . V . F . Brogan ' s reference guide , English Versification , 1570 - 1980 (
Baltimore , Md . : Johns Hopkins University ... such as Naked Poetry : Recent
American Poetry in Open Forms ( 1969 ) and The New Naked Poetry ( 1976 ) ,
both ed .

Author: Donald Wesling

Publisher: Lewisburg, [Pa.] : Bucknell University Press ; Cranbury, NJ : Associated University Presses

ISBN: UOM:39015009062251

Category: Poetry

Page: 228

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This penetrating analysis of the prosody of modern poetry traces the growth of sprang rhythm, free verse, and the prose poem out of traditional metered poetry, and examines the multiplicity of ways in which modern poetry innovatively employs the complex logical and grammatical structures of language to create poetic style and to distinguish itself from ordinary discourse.
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Bevel

Bevel

Bevel is William Letford's first book, but his poems have already earned him a large following thanks to his brilliant performances and through Carcanet's New Poetries V anthology.

Author: William Letford

Publisher: Carcanet

ISBN: 9781847776631

Category: Poetry

Page: 64

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Bevel is William Letford's first book, but his poems have already earned him a large following thanks to his brilliant performances and through Carcanet's New Poetries V anthology. Letford makes poems from the rhythms of speech and the stuff of daily life: work and love, seasons and cities, and his writing is alive with the wonder and comedy of the mundane. Bevel is filled with voices - an he says / A love the summer / it's hoat / ye kin wear yer shoarts...' - and with the knowledge that becomes engrained in the body: The weight of a drill. The texture of rust.' Letford works as a roofer, a trade that gives him a particular perspective on life at ground level. Be prepared,' he writes: pay attention to the moment, know which way to fall. His poems are sure and strong, the words dance.
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Poetry

Poetry

Brenda Wineapple ) Bill Knott / 387 The Unsubscriber ( v . Megan O ' Rourke )
Eric Ormsby ( Ed . ) / 131 Cosmologies : Poems Selected & New , by P . K . Page
( v . Peter Campion ) Yusef Komunyakaa / 392 Taboo : The Wishbone Trilogy ,
Part ...

Author: Harriet Monroe

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015062079986

Category: American poetry

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Categories: American poetry

The Season s Vagrant Light

The Season s Vagrant Light

The newer work travels farther afield, to Russia, New Mexico, Scotland. Throughout, Benning's poetry is alive to the quiet intimacies between father and daughter, mother and child, between siblings and between lovers.

Author: Sheri Benning

Publisher: Carcanet

ISBN: 9781784101084

Category: Poetry

Page: 95

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The Season's Vagrant Light is Sheri Benning's first collection of poetry to be published outside her native Canada. It includes the best poems from both of her two previous publications, together with a generous selection of new work. Benning's early poems are infused with the light and hue of her homeland, 'its cities sewn by rivers, its horizons spilling snow, spilling stars'. The newer work travels farther afield, to Russia, New Mexico, Scotland. Throughout, Benning's poetry is alive to the quiet intimacies between father and daughter, mother and child, between siblings and between lovers.
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The Princeton Handbook of Multicultural Poetries

The Princeton Handbook of Multicultural Poetries

Contriliittinn à пне l\fiologie des Dronkc P. Oronkc, Medieval Latin and the genre*
poétique* médiévaux, 2 v., Rise of i.ninpi-iin Luve Lyric, 2d ed.. 1977-78. 2 v., i
908. Bowra С. M. Bowra, Greek Lyric Poetry from Eliot. Essays T. S. Eliot ...

Author: Terry V.F. Brogan

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 0691001685

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 366

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Drawn from the acclaimed New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics, the articles in this concise new reference book provide a complete survey of the poetic history and practice in every major national literature or cultural tradition in the world. As with the parent volume, which has sold over 10,000 copies since it was first published in 1993, the intended audience is general readers, journalists, students, teachers, and researchers. The editor's principle of selection was balance, and his goal was to embrace in a structured and reasoned way the diversity of poetry as it is known across the globe today. In compiling material on 106 cultures in 92 national literatures, the book gives full coverage to Indo-European poetries (all the major Celtic, Slavic, Germanic, and Romance languages, as well as other obscure ones such as Hittite), the ancient middle Eastern poetries (Hebrew, Persian, Sumerian, and Assyro-Babylonian), subcontinental Indian poetries (the widest linguistic diversity), Asian and Pacific poetries (Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Mongolian, and half a dozen others), continental American poetries (all the modern Western cultures and native Indian in North, Central, and South American regions), and African poetries (ancient and emergent, oral and written).
Categories: Literary Criticism

Art of Escape

Art of Escape

A Telegraph Poetry Book of the Month (January 2020) Among Mina Gorji's poems in New Poetries V (2011) was one about Houdini entitled 'The Art of Escape' which returns here as the title poem.

Author: Mina Gorji

Publisher: Carcanet Press Ltd

ISBN: 9781784108830

Category: Poetry

Page: 72

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A Telegraph Poetry Book of the Month (January 2020) Among Mina Gorji's poems in New Poetries V (2011) was one about Houdini entitled 'The Art of Escape' which returns here as the title poem. This colourful and vivid first collection continues the course of Mina Gorji's meticulous explorations of 'the strange and sometimes darker side of nature' and the different forms and meanings of escape: dandelions crossing the ocean, the journey of a gall wasp from Aleppo to England, the transformation of an armadillo into music. These poems shift by degrees until new patterns and sounds emerge, transforming the familiar into unexpected configurations. Art of Escape is a wonderful casting off into the complex waters of adult life, in which change has become the constant.
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Catalog of Little Magazines

Catalog of Little Magazines

Author: University of Wisconsin--Madison. Libraries

Publisher: Univ Microfilms Incorporated

ISBN: STANFORD:36105025398046

Category: Reference

Page: 137

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Categories: Reference

M noa

M  noa

His poetry has appeared in such journals as PN Review, Drunken Boat, Axon,
and Quarterly Literary Review Singapore, and has been anthologized in New
Poetries V and Villanelles. Born in Singapore, he lives in New York City, where
he ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951P01152283M

Category: American literature

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Categories: American literature

New Poetries III

New Poetries III

... Songs by The Smiths 24 Oeuvre and Out 25 Severe Weather 26 Don ' t Dress
Down 27 Not an Important Failure 27 Autumnesque 28 The Princess in the Tower
- Block 29 JULIE CRANE The Accident 33 Reading Jane Eyre with my Contents v
.

Author: Michael Schmidt

Publisher: Carcanet Press

ISBN: UOM:39015060000679

Category: Poetry

Page: 133

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Drawing authors ranging from the ages of 15 to 60 from around the world, this anthology presents several talented contemporary poets who have not been published extensively. A variety of accents, movements, and schools of thought can be found here, from Togara Muzanenhamo's Zimbabwe to Linda Chase's New York. Each poet adds to the collective resources of poetry, contributing their history, landscape, and language. Authors include Caroline Bird, Linda Chase, David Morley, Togara Muzanenhamo, James Sutherland-Smith, and Mary O'Malley.
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Foundations Aesthetics

Foundations Aesthetics

appear to have an American edition until it was reprinted in a reset edition with
further corrections and additions as Poetries and Sciences (W. W. Norton: New
York, 1970). 34. With C. K. Ogden, The Meaning ofPsychology (Harper &
Brothers: ...

Author: John Constable

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136349973

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 144

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First Published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Who s who in Central and East Europe

Who s who in Central and East Europe

Sch . , W. na , busts of H. Exc . Wilhelm Exner , W. 1914-1918 , one years
volunteer , Freiherr Stummer v . ... The Slovakian Coun( New Poetries ) , " Die
Frauen von try " , " Slav Capriccio ” , “ HumoresSiebenacker " ( novel ) ; “ Der
Kampf que ” ...

Author: Stephen Taylor

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015030662525

Category: Europe

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The New Poetries and Some Old

The New Poetries and Some Old

Barrett Watten , “ The World in the Work ” ( 1985 ) V IDEO BEGAN AS an offspring
of television , itself the product of the marriage of radio and film ; and just as the
first television shows were extensions of radio , so videotapes were initially ...

Author: Richard Kostelanetz

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015021469955

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 279

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This collection of twenty-nine essays represents a summation of Kostelanetz’s thoughts on poetry since the publication of his earlier work The Old Poetries and the New. In sections on “The New Poetries,” “Some Old,” and “Autobiographical Addenda,” the essays range from sketches of Kenneth Burke, John Berryman, and Northrop Frye through considerations of the latest sound-text poetry to Kostelanetz’s justification of his own work. These pieces reflect Kostelanetz’s ongoing commitment to the esthetics he ascribes to high modernism—innovation, abstraction, intelligence, and complexity in all the arts.
Categories: Literary Criticism

New Poetry

New Poetry

The book ranges from tribute to defense and includes a poem Antoninus wrote
on Jeffers ' death . The formal criticism is generally ... V In the field of bibliography
Oyez is making some important research available . The poets of the beat and ...

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ISBN: UCAL:$B398332

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A World Transformed

A World Transformed

It was as if the intellectuals were trying to set up a boundary between their old
and new selves in order to stay on the correct path . There is ... The poet Thế Lữ
proclaimed that “ there is a danger that Thi has scattered his style of poetry in the
poetic village , " as if it were a contagious disease . ... He would accept that his
sentiments were not strong enough to - 97 – Toward a More Socialist Viewpoint V
VI.

Author: Kim Ngoc Bao Ninh

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

ISBN: 0472067990

Category: History

Page: 317

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