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The American voice anthology of poetry, edited by Frederick Smock

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The American voice anthology of poetry
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The American voice anthology of poetry
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edited by Frederick Smock
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eng
Summary
The American Voice looks to find the vital edge of modern American writing. The journal, whose contributors come from the U.S., Canada, and Latin America, often publishes work by writers denied access to mainstream journals. Writings from its pages have been regularly reprinted in prize annuals such as The Pushcart Prize, Best American Poetry, and Best American Essays. This fifteenth anniversary anthology collects eighty poems from some of the most original and daring writers of our time. The anthology's contributors range from the world famous Jorge Luis Borges, Marge Piercy, May Swenson
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English
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The American voice anthology of poetry, edited by Frederick Smock
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The American voice anthology of poetry, edited by Frederick Smock
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt130hq4b
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Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Paula Gunn Allen, The Text Is Flesh; Yehuda Amichai, What I Learned in the Wars; Wendell Berry, One of Us; Michael Blumenthal, The Heart of Quang Due; Jorge Luis Borges, One of Lee's Soldiers; Diana Brebner, LabomreEst Orare; Lee Ellen Briccetti, Sacred Heart; Olga Broumas, Evensong; Joseph Bruchac, Fixing the Barn; Olga Cabral, Woman Ironing; Ernesto Cardenal, ""For Those Dead, Our Dead ... ""; Barbara Carey, The Long Way Around; Richard Chess, The Week; Marilyn Chin, Autumn Leaves; Jennifer Clement, Lady of the Haystack
  • Jane Cooper, For a BirthdayPablo Antonio Cuadra, Poem of the Foreigners' Moment in Our Jungle; Mark Doty, Broadway; Sue Terry Driskell, So Much of My Garden Is Iris; Odysseas Elytis, Anoint theAriston; Elaine Equi, Puritans; Jan Freeman, Gravity; Tess Gallagher, Lynx Light; Suzanne Gardinier, Where Blind Sorrow Is Taught to See; Jane Gentry, My Mother's Clothes; Sarah Gorham, Sonnet for the Last Empress of China; E.J. Graff, By the Waters of Babylon; Marilyn Hacker, Against Elegies; James Baker Hall, Cape Light.; Linda Hogan, Drum; Lynda Hull, One Note Tolling; Ha Jin, A Court Proposal
  • Myrr Jonason, Winter ApplesBrigit Pegeen Kelly, The Music Lesson; Jane Kenyon, After the Hurricane; Barbara Kingsolver, Deadline; Yusef Komunyakaa, Camouflaging the Chimera; Natalie Kusz, Persistent Heat; James Laughlin, The Wandering Words; Dorianne Laux, Aphasia; Li-Young Lee, A Story; Ursula LeGuin, In that Desert; Sabra Loomis, For Ishi; George Ella Lyon, Silence.; Carmen Matute, Guatemala, Your Name; Medbh McGuckian, Skull-Light; Sandra McPherson, Quilt of Rights.; Jim Wayne Miller, Snafu; Maureen Morehead, The New Stove; Adrian Oktenberg, Woman, Embracing Tree
  • Olga Orozco, Animal CatechismBrenda Marie Osbey, The Evening News; Eric Pankey, Redemption Songs; Suzanne Paola, Willow; Linda Pastan, To a Daughter Leaving Home; Marge Piercy, Dead Waters; Reynolds Price, The Dream of Salt; James Reiss, Sarah Shawcross; Natasha Saje, Goodbye to Robert Graves; Robyn Selman, Avec Amour; Charles Semones, Backcountry; AledaShirley, SmallTalk; Dennis Silk, In Memoriam; Eva Skrande, Lies; Woodridge Spears, Entry; James Still, Apples in the Well; Ruth Stone, Metamorphosis; Catherine Sutton, Graveyard Qui lt; May Swenson, The Lone Pedestrian
  • Richard Taylor, The Dialectic of Snow in the Phases of Wond erJorge Teillier, In Memory of a Closed House; Richard Tillinghast, The Worldls; Edwina Trentham, An Unceasing Flow of Tea rs; Jean Valentine, X: For Patrick Henisse, Dead of AIDS, In Me mory; Reetika Vazirani, Amma's Ruby; Cia White, Invitation; Ruth Whitman, Exile: Jerusalem; Marie Sheppard Williams, Sonya; Daisy Zamora, Mother's Day; NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS; About the Editor
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