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Eleven More American Women Poets in the 21st Century [electronic resource] : Poetics Across North America

By: Rankine, Claudia.
Contributor(s): Sewell, Lisa.
Material type: TextTextSeries: American Poets in the 21st Century: Publisher: Middletown : Wesleyan University Press, 2012Description: 1 online resource (462 p.).ISBN: 9780819572363.Subject(s): American poetry - 21st century | American poetry - Women authors | Women - United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Eleven More American Women Poets in the 21st Century : Poetics Across North AmericaDDC classification: 811.60809287 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Cover; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; MARY JO BANG; POEMS; From The Eye Like A Strange Balloon: High Art; Mrs. Autumn and Her Two Daughters; Untitled # 70 (Or, The Question of Remains); From Elegy: Landscape with the Fall of Icarus; Words; From The Bride of E: And as in Alice; B Is for Beckett; C Is for Cher; In the Present and Probable Future; From the Mrs. Dalloway series: Opened and Shut; POETICS STATEMENT; ARTICULATIONS OF ARTIFICE IN THE WORK OF MARY JO BANG; LUCILLE CLIFTON; POEMS; From Good Woman: Poems and a Memoir 1969-1980: [the light that came to Lucille Clifton]
From Quilting: eve's versionlucifer speaks in his own voice; From The Book of Light: daughters; [won't you celebrate with me]; leda 1; leda 3; From The Terrible Stories: telling our stories; From Mercy: the river between us; From Voices: sorrows; POETICS STATEMENT: Excerpts from an Interview with Charles Rowell; LUCILLE CLIFTON'S COMMUNAL "i"; KIMIKO HAHN; POEMS; From Mosquito and Ant: Orchid Root; Garnet; From The Narrow Road to the Interior: Utica Station Dep.10:07 A.M. to N.Y. Penn Station; From The Artist's Daughter: In Childhood; Like Lavrinia; POETICS STATEMENT: Still Writing the Body
"I WANT TO GO WHERE THE HYSTERIC RESIDES": Kimiko Hahn's Re-Articulation of the Feminine in PoetryCARLA HARRYMAN; POEMS; From Baby: [Now. Word. Technology.]; [Dark. Swat. Land.]; [The. Open. Box.]; [Baby. N. Baseball. Song.]; [Wartime Surroundings.]; From Adorno's Noise: [consents to a few statements one knows ultimately to implicate murder]; [it is difficult to write satire]; [the opposite of slackness]; POETICS STATEMENT: Siren; LISTENING IN ON CARLA HARRYMAN'S BABY; ERÍN MOURE; POEMS; From O Cidadán: document32 (inviolable); document33 (arena); Eleventh Impermeable of the Carthage of Harms
From Little Theatres: Theatre of the Confluence (A Carixa)Theatre of the Stones that Ran (Fontao, 1943); Theatre of the Millo Seco (Botos); From O Cadoiro: [[T]he best woman i ever saw.]; [This night of liquid storms, high noon s dwelling]; POETICS STATEMENT: A Practice of Possibility, a Life in Languages; MOURE'S ABRASIONS; LAURA MULLEN; POEMS; From The Surface; From The Tales of Horror: (A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody); From After I Was Dead: Secrets; 35 ½; From Murmur; From Subject: Circles; POETICS STATEMENT; LAURA MULLEN: THREATENED AS THREAT: Rethinking Gender and Genre; EILEEN MYLES
POEMSTransitions; Snowflake; To My Class; Questions; Hi; POETICS STATEMENT; "WHEN WE'RE ALONE IN PUBLIC": The Poetry of Eileen Myles; M. NOURBESE PHILIP; POEMS; From She Tries Her Tongue; Her Silence Softly Breaks Discourse on the Logic of Language; From Universal Grammar; From Zong! Os, Zong! #2; Zong! #4; Ferrum (excerpt); POETICS STATEMENT: Ignoring Poetry (a work in progress); THE LANGUAGE OF TRAUMA: Faith and Atheism in M. NourbeSe Philip's Poetry; JOAN RETALLACK; POEMS; From Errata 5uite; From How to Do Things with Words: The Woman in the Chinese Room; From MONGRELISME
From MEMNOIR Curiosity and the Claim to Happiness
Summary: The ideal introduction to eleven of today's most engaging women poets
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Cover; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; MARY JO BANG; POEMS; From The Eye Like A Strange Balloon: High Art; Mrs. Autumn and Her Two Daughters; Untitled # 70 (Or, The Question of Remains); From Elegy: Landscape with the Fall of Icarus; Words; From The Bride of E: And as in Alice; B Is for Beckett; C Is for Cher; In the Present and Probable Future; From the Mrs. Dalloway series: Opened and Shut; POETICS STATEMENT; ARTICULATIONS OF ARTIFICE IN THE WORK OF MARY JO BANG; LUCILLE CLIFTON; POEMS; From Good Woman: Poems and a Memoir 1969-1980: [the light that came to Lucille Clifton]

From Quilting: eve's versionlucifer speaks in his own voice; From The Book of Light: daughters; [won't you celebrate with me]; leda 1; leda 3; From The Terrible Stories: telling our stories; From Mercy: the river between us; From Voices: sorrows; POETICS STATEMENT: Excerpts from an Interview with Charles Rowell; LUCILLE CLIFTON'S COMMUNAL "i"; KIMIKO HAHN; POEMS; From Mosquito and Ant: Orchid Root; Garnet; From The Narrow Road to the Interior: Utica Station Dep.10:07 A.M. to N.Y. Penn Station; From The Artist's Daughter: In Childhood; Like Lavrinia; POETICS STATEMENT: Still Writing the Body

"I WANT TO GO WHERE THE HYSTERIC RESIDES": Kimiko Hahn's Re-Articulation of the Feminine in PoetryCARLA HARRYMAN; POEMS; From Baby: [Now. Word. Technology.]; [Dark. Swat. Land.]; [The. Open. Box.]; [Baby. N. Baseball. Song.]; [Wartime Surroundings.]; From Adorno's Noise: [consents to a few statements one knows ultimately to implicate murder]; [it is difficult to write satire]; [the opposite of slackness]; POETICS STATEMENT: Siren; LISTENING IN ON CARLA HARRYMAN'S BABY; ERÍN MOURE; POEMS; From O Cidadán: document32 (inviolable); document33 (arena); Eleventh Impermeable of the Carthage of Harms

From Little Theatres: Theatre of the Confluence (A Carixa)Theatre of the Stones that Ran (Fontao, 1943); Theatre of the Millo Seco (Botos); From O Cadoiro: [[T]he best woman i ever saw.]; [This night of liquid storms, high noon s dwelling]; POETICS STATEMENT: A Practice of Possibility, a Life in Languages; MOURE'S ABRASIONS; LAURA MULLEN; POEMS; From The Surface; From The Tales of Horror: (A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody); From After I Was Dead: Secrets; 35 ½; From Murmur; From Subject: Circles; POETICS STATEMENT; LAURA MULLEN: THREATENED AS THREAT: Rethinking Gender and Genre; EILEEN MYLES

POEMSTransitions; Snowflake; To My Class; Questions; Hi; POETICS STATEMENT; "WHEN WE'RE ALONE IN PUBLIC": The Poetry of Eileen Myles; M. NOURBESE PHILIP; POEMS; From She Tries Her Tongue; Her Silence Softly Breaks Discourse on the Logic of Language; From Universal Grammar; From Zong! Os, Zong! #2; Zong! #4; Ferrum (excerpt); POETICS STATEMENT: Ignoring Poetry (a work in progress); THE LANGUAGE OF TRAUMA: Faith and Atheism in M. NourbeSe Philip's Poetry; JOAN RETALLACK; POEMS; From Errata 5uite; From How to Do Things with Words: The Woman in the Chinese Room; From MONGRELISME

From MEMNOIR Curiosity and the Claim to Happiness

The ideal introduction to eleven of today's most engaging women poets

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CLAUDIA RANKINE is the Henry G. Lee Professor of English at Pomona College and author of Don't Let Me Be Lonely. LISA SEWELL is a professor of English at Villanova University and the author of Name Withheld.

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