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PRINCETON — On Wednesday. recipient of awards from the National Book Critics Circle and the Foundation for Contemporary Arts. He was also crowned the first Grand Poetry Slam Champion of the.

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Poets from around the world will read and share their work during the inaugural Princeton Poetry Festival Monday and Tuesday. novelists and essayists to campus. Princeton’s popular Althea Ward.

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On Wednesday, April 18, critically acclaimed poet and Princeton alumnus Jane Hirshfield will read with award-winning novelist and activist Walter Mosley as part of the Althea Ward Clark W’21 Reading.

Poet, critic, and editor of Princeton University Press’s Series of Contemporary Poets Susan Stewart presents two young poets — Miller Oberman and Eléna Rivera — who will be reading from their work.

Riding on Kenneth Koch’s instruction to "find one true feeling and hang on," The Two Yvonnes overtakes the present with. Diego Báez, Booklist "This collection, in Paul Muldoon’s series of Princeton.

Uncle is from his third collection, the intriguingly titled A Glossary of Chickens, published in the Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets, edited by Paul Muldoon. A distinctive, quiet-voiced,

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“She too awakens the unknown inside him,” this reader, at least, can hardly resist the temptation to think that “she” is poetry itself. Jollimore’s most recent book, “At Lake Scugog: Poems,” appears.

Your first collection, Almanac, was chosen by Paul Muldoon for the Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets in 2014. What are some of the differences between Almanac and Flyover Country? The manuscript.

His first collection, Moontide (Bloodaxe, 2014), was awarded the Edwin Morgan Poetry Award and Saltire First Book of the Year. First Nights, poems from Moontide alongside new work, was published by.

22, paper, $14.95, ISBN 978-0691159195). The latest volume in Paul Muldoon’s Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets. Random House Aimless Love: New and Selected Poems by Billy Collins (Oct. 22,

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22, paper, $14.95, ISBN 978-0691159195). The latest volume in Paul Muldoon’s Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets. Random House Aimless Love: New and Selected Poems by Billy Collins (Oct. 22,

This month we feature three poets published by the Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets, edited by Paul Muldoon. Anthony Carelli’s poems have appeared in various magazines, including the New Yorker.

Princeton’s Picturing. traditional Japanese verse. Poetry shapes the topography, which in turn inspires the poems. Woven from words, Shidō’s mountain can be seen or read. Picturing Place ends with.

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Chosen by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Paul Muldoon to relaunch the prestigious Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets under his editorship, The Eternal City revives Princeton’s tradition of publishing.

PRINCETON — On Wednesday. recipient of awards from the National Book Critics Circle and the Foundation for Contemporary Arts. He was also crowned the first Grand Poetry Slam Champion of the.

Kathleen Graber’s poems wander widely, from the epistolary to the essayistic, shuffling the remarkable and unremarkable flotsam of contemporary life. the profound intelligence of Kathleen Graber’s.

Princeton’s Picturing. traditional Japanese verse. Poetry shapes the topography, which in turn inspires the poems. Woven from words, Shidō’s mountain can be seen or read. Picturing Place ends with.