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Show And Tell

Author: Jim Daniels
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299185848
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"Jim Daniels is a poet of unique commitment and ability. He makes poetry an act of deep caring and recognition."—Robert Creeley

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Author: Charles Harper Webb
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299209940
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A woman falls in love—literally—with a house; Werner Heisenberg confronts his own uncertainty; a rat (the rodent kind) runs for president; Hamlet has trouble with his prostate; Superman battles senility and more in this new poetry collection from the winner of the 1999 Felix Pollak Prize for poetry.

Reactor

Author: Judith Vollmer
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299199449
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Reactor gives voice to beloved and ruined American landscapes through extended meditations of an urban mystical wanderer.

Late Psalm

Author: Betsy Sholl
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299198947
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Late Psalm takes themes from those ancient songs of joy and grief and transposes them into the language of contemporary life.

North Point North

Author: John Koethe
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061974870
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North Point North: New and Selected Poems showcases the work of an important contemporary American poet, winner of the prestigious Kingsley-Tufts Award for Poetry. The volume opens with twenty-one new poems, some of which have appeared in The New Yorker, American Poetry Review, the New Republic, the Paris Review, and the Kenyon Review, among other periodicals, and in The Best American Poems 2001, edited by Robert Hass and David Lehman. Following are selections from Koethe's five earlier collections of poems: Blue Vents, Domes, The Late Wisconsin Spring, The Constructor, and Falling Water. Together these poems create a remarkable and powerful new volume, a milestone in this gifted poet's career.

Selected Poems

Author: Kenneth Patchen
Publisher: New Directions Publishing
ISBN: 9780811201469
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Verses compiled from ten previous volumes condemn the violence, hate, and injustice of the modern world and express trust in the eventual triumph of divine love and the good in human nature

Street Calligraphy

Author: Jim Daniels
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780986357534
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"moving, unflinching poems" -- Aimee Nezhukumathil, author of Oceanic

Places Everyone

Author: Jim Daniels
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299103545
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Jim Daniels, in his first book of poems, draws upon his experiences in living and working in his native Detroit to present a start, realistic picture of urban, blue-collar life. Daniels, his brothers, his father, and his grandfather have all worked in the auto industry, and that background seeps into nearly all these poems. The first of the book’s three sections sketches out this background, then moves into a neighborhood full of people whose lives are so linked to the ups and downs of the auto industry that they have to struggle to find their own lives; in "Still Lives in Detroit, #2," Daniels writes, "There’s a man in this picture. / No one can find him." The second section contains the "Digger" poems, a series on the lives of a Detroit auto worker and his family which tries to capture the effects of the work on life outside the factory. Here, we listen to Digger think, dream, wander on psychological journeys while he moves through his routines, shoveling the snow, mowing the lawn, and so forth. In section three, the poems move into the workplace, whether that be a liquor store, a hamburger joint, or a factory. These poems, sometimes dark, sometimes humorous, concentrate on the efforts of workers to rise above the often depressing work of blue-collar or minimum-wage jobs, to salvage some pride and dignity. The poems in this book try to give a voice to those who are often shut out of poetry. They are important. These lives are important, and the poems, more than anything, say that.

The Book Of Names

Author: Barton Sutter
Publisher: Boa Editions
ISBN: 9780918526977
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Winner of the 1994 Minnesota Book Award for Poetry. Barton Sutter's poetry is earthy and muscular, chiseled from his native Midwestern landscape. Drawing from the narrative, formal tradition of Robert Frost and E. A. Robinson, Sutter's poems are full of the grist of rural life--old farms, old shops, wild mushrooms, beaver dams, roadside bars and eccentric, vital people.

You Beast

Author: Nick Lantz
Publisher: Wisconsin Poetry
ISBN: 9780299311742
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Examines our strange, absurd, and often brutal relationship with other animals, in poems ranging from found text to villanelles and from short plays to fables.