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296- Hilda Doolittle, better known as H.D., was an American poet, novelist, and memoirist in association with the avant-garde movements of the early 20th century.
297- Hollie McNish, a very talented poet, delivers a beautiful spoken word poem titled “Embarrassed” about the ironies breastfeeding mothers face on a daily basis.
298- I am also the literary executor of the poet Joseph Brodsky and have published two editions of his work in translation.
299- I am a published writer and poet who loves to cook and entertain family and friends, and I am an avid birdwatcher who likes hiking and bicycle riding.
300- I asked poet Sun Yung Shin if she might write something about teaching socially conscious creative writing.
301- I believe that Kalli Dakos is the first Canadian poet to be part of 30 poets/30 Days, though she won’t be the last.
302- I could never have imagined that I would have the chance to celebrate my “coming out party” as a poet in such wonderful company.
303- I’d never call myself a poet, mainly because I don’t want to do (ha ha) but also because I never had a teacher or grown-up in my life to make poetry so fun.
304- I don’t think any poet since Wordsworth and Frost had so freshened traditional forms, bringing a quality of attention to the work at hand that took away the reader’s breath.
305- I don’t think I’ve ever heard of this poet before, and now I have to read this poem over again.
306- If this poem is truly intended by the poet to be a powerful positive ode to individualism, then why the ‘sigh’?
307- If you find a guy in Qin Dynasty quotes a poem made by a poet in Tang Dynasty, please do not be surprised.
308- I like the way the poet juxtaposes the ethereal with the earthly.
309- I’m telling you this as a way of saying that I still feel like a newbie, even though I know that I’m a step or two above being a “baby” poet.
310- In 1843, the poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow married Appleton’s daughter, Fanny, there, earning these red brick buildings a place in the National Historic Landmarks registry in 1977.
311- In 1957 Spicer conducted a workshop called “poetry as Magic” at the Public Library, which included (among others) Spicer, Duncan and the poet Helen Ada, whose work often involved the supernatural.
312- In addition to engineers, we have mathematicians, a physicist, a psychologist and a poet on board.
313- In Dean Rader’s energized and inventive new book, the poet considers identity of self and society as a Wikipedia page-sculpted and transformed by the ever-present push and pull of politics, culture, and unseen forces.
314- I never would have thought of Emily Dickinson as a child-friendly poet, but the poetry Foundation does include a couple of her works in the children’s section of its Web site.
315- Influenced by his biracial heritage, his island home, and the injustices he observed in everyday life, Bob went on to become a musician and messenger, a poet and prophet of reggae culture.
316- In Gomer, poet Kwame Dawes finds the subject for a beautiful contemporary exploration on the cost of arriving at freedom with an uneasy grace.
317- “In her latest collection as San Francisco poet Laureate, di Prima is again at the height of her powers, with ‘the act of writing itself more compelling than ever.’
318- In my time there, my students raised money for a poet to come and work with them.
319- In one sequence, she elegizes her husband, the poet Thomas Lux, and in the other, her beloved mother Lorainne Pobat Holley.
320- In reference to the paradox of this poem’s subject, an image taken from an image-forbidding culture, the poet Mary Jo Salter has spoken of “the unwinnable, unlosable argument of imagery.”
321- In the art section, poet Laurie Clements Lambeth discusses her foray into graphic memoir as a complementary expression to her poetry.
322- In the following passages a prose writer and a poet are talking about the same subject, growing older.
323- In the rapid eye movement of the poet’s night vision, this dictum can be decoded, like the secret acrostic of a lover’s name.
324- In the tradition of Lucy Grealy’s Autobiography of a FaceOne More Theory About Happiness is a bold and original memoir from the acclaimed, Whiting Award-winning poet Paul Guest, author of My Index of Horrifying Knowledge.
325- In trying to wrestle with Karen’s illness, for instance, I read a letter from an acquaintance of mine, a wonderful poet, that she wrote to her husband at the very end of her life.
326- Is anyone familiar with the writings of this ancient Japanese poet?
327- Is “serving the people” a poet’s calling?
328- It is as though this poet’s love was hijacked by his love’s mental illness.
329- It is because of this that the poet’s work evolved in a processual fashion and not a procedural fashion.
330- It is named for the poet Vicentre Espinel who created the form.
331- It isn’t until she meets Caroline and the rest of poet‘s Corner that she begins to feel normal, and discovers the person she was always meant to be.
332- It recounts the tale of the poet‘s journey through Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven, and is divided accordingly into three parts.
333- It’s almost unreal to hear a poet fronting such a tight musical ensemble as Don’t Fight the Feeling, and the fact that this group came together specifically to back Fabio speaks volumes about her talent and force of personality.
334- It’s always a pleasure to receive an e-mail from our Children’s poet Laureate, J. Patrick Lewis, especially when he’s writing to share a new poetic form.
335- “It’s extremely dark,” says the poet Mark Strand, a friend of Roth’s for more than forty years, “and really unalleviated by the usual high jinks and humor that Roth is able to inject into novels.”
336- It’s no secret that I’m ambivalent at best and skeptical at worst, but I am a poet and a Scorpio, which is a witch’s brew of romantic madness.
337- It’s the story of an ugly and brutal Viking who is, nonetheless, a sensitive poet and a loving father.
338- It was nice to get a feel for each poet’s style and voice by reading multiple poems by them in a row.
339- I used to be a poet – that’s how I started out as a writer, and perhaps I will be one again when my world creeps back into silence.
340- I was introduced to C. K. Williams’s “Invisible Mending” twelve years ago when the poet read it aloud at a memorial service for one of his oldest friends, the artist Sam Maitin.
341- I was publishing both all month long, and then I picked two poets from the community to read at an event at Housing Works along with Philip Levine, the poet Laureate at the time, and Tracy K. Smith, who had just won the Pulitzer.
342- James Baldwin (1924-1987) was a celebrated African-American novelist, essayist, poet, and social critic.
343- James will be appearing at Word of South as part of our “In-the-Round” event with the poet Barbara Hamby, the musician Del Suggs and the writer/musician Laura Minor.
344- Javakhishvili was tortured and executed after praising the courage of a poet who shot himself rather than denounce his fellow writers for their alleged anti-revolutionary tendencies.
345- Kenneth asked Lisa which of the two then recent biographies of the poet she felt had captured her better and discussed at length their respective merits.
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