New London, New Hampshire: Self-published, Signed and inscribed by the poet. Small octavo, dustjacket, light blue cloth boards with gilt flower device on cover and gilt imprinting on spine, pp. A Near Fine book with modest endpaper dust and no other flaws, in a Very Good jacket.
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Signed, inscribed best wishes, to no name and dated in the year of publication by Autumn Louise Brown, on the ffep. Laid in is the original folded mailing order form which accompanied the book. Idyllic and folksy New England verse, to set your heart at peace for a spell. Signed by Author s. First Edition and First Printing, stated. Octavo, dust jacket with a David Nutter photograph, two-tone green paper and cloth covered boards, "RM" monogram blind-stamped on cover, gilt imprinting on spine, pp. A substantially better than Very Good book in a Very Good, unclipped jacket showing modest tatter and curl primarily at top edge.
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First printing [stated]. Octavo, pp. Small spot on front cover, smudge at top corner of one text page. Sharp, clean, of almost brand-new general aspect. Robinson was a Columbia grad and native of Ulster County, NY - by the time of this publication, he had lived and written in Woodstock for 26 years [and that was still years before Woodstock was to become - well - Woodstock, even though that was actually in Bethel, more than sixty miles.
In addition to a number of verse collections - from which he selected those in this volume - Robinson wrote several novels, the most famous being The Cardinal , filmed in by Otto Preminger with Tom Tryon in the title role. He died on December 23, , of complications from second- and third-degree burns suffered three weeks earlier when he fell asleep in a hot tub at the University Club at Columbia. Quarto, spiral bound with clear plastic cover protector, 75 pp. Signed and dated on the cover by interviewer and poet B. A new, pristine and flawless piece - sort of the opposite of Kennedy himself.
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Conversations by promiscuous interviewer Kennedy along with some author photos and sample poetry of Lytton Bell yum , Gene Bloom, V. Short bio of Kennedy, with his pic at the end.
Signed by Subject. Rockwell Kent illustrator. First Edition Thus, and First Printing. New, and pristine throughout. New York: Fall River Press, Illustrated throughout by Rockwell Kent; foreword by David S. First printing of this edition see scan of copyright page. For the collector, but read it anyway. Whitman's most famous gathering-opus is considered by many to be one of the two along with Ginsberg's 'Howl" greatest American epic poems. Ships in a new, sturdy, protective box, of course. Condition: As New. Quarto, illustrated wraps, pp.
As New; flawless. Still bears laid-in subscription envelope. Art piece by Leon Bakst. Interview with A. Homes by Michael Piafsky and Christie Hodgen. Essays by Wendy Wacker and Melanie Hammer doubtless, impactful ones. Another essay by Scott Russell Saunders. Foreword by editor Morgan, book reviews by the staff. Fine; micro-edge wear, else flawless. Essays by Jason Anthony, Lewis M. Dabney, and E. First Edition and First Printing stated. New; flawless. Left-to-right quarto, spiral-bound wraps, cover photo by Brown, cover protected by clear plastic, unpaginated.
A type of perpetual calendar, in this case in the sense that no year is relevant; one places, if one wants, things done every year, year after year - hence, important and enduring things in one's life - in the blanks provided for each day. A poem and a photograph by Katy Brown accompanies each month. Beautiful and heartwarming. It really is. And this is a crusty old guy saying this. Home Browse Poetry.
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Add an event. Terry is Currently Reading. Terry McCarty is currently reading. Jul 26, PM. Mar 20, PM. Mar 11, AM. What is truly wonderful about this book, is t Open Mic is whomever stands up first with no second round until all who have desired to read have had one opportunity. Each open mic reading is limited to 3 to 5 minutes. Please start by introducing yourself by name.
Special Announcements and a short listing of prior readings is below the calendar. Now, encouraged by first prize in two regional contests, some publication, poetry workshops she hosts and attends, she enjoys turning out a highly impractical poem. Anyway, she knows she needs her Listerine.
A look, a pat, a grin set the meter of her moods,. A silent man. Saint or simpleton? She once put too much stock in talk. Bentley as she sits surrounded by marble,. Ekphrastic poetry and many-headed paintings. Everything here is in color and in motion. He has been skiing and climbing his whole life, and is best known for the first American ski descent and 2nd overall of Denali, highest peak in the North American continent, in He is still actively climbing and skiing, as well as mountain biking.
He has struggled with depression much of his adult life, and his writing was born from that. He is interested in the relationship between spirit and the earth. He views woundedness more as an invitation or entryway into soul life than an obstacle to be overcome.
That said, her published poetic work consists of translations from the free-verse Norwegian poet Helge Torvund b. What if?
By Jeanie Shaterian. If you could walk a block within my skin,. We walk along together. We're afraid. Inside us there are many layers laid,. We are so irretrievably estranged,. We know each other's languages and lands! Our fingers twine. We run through wave-cooled sands. Rumpelstiltskin, or What's in a Name?
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By going online and ordering a copy for yourself or a friend, you'll help bring to life this story of the Miller who boasts to the King that his daughter can spin straw into gold. To order now, go to Finishing Line Press and click on "Bookstore. A finalist for the Dana Award and called "magic" by editor Kit Duane, Rumpelstiltskin follows my Book of Gretel, which Jean Nordhaus praised as "beautiful, unsettling poems proceed[ing] with dreamlike assurance through a landscape fully imagined and brilliantly described.