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Contemporary Poetry of New England free pdf This collection of 178 recent poems about New England is a testament to the region's enduring power as a source of inspiration for poets. Its refreshing mixture of well-known writers long associated with the region and vibrant1000new voices, transforms the elements of regionality in refreshing new ways with appealing stories and reminiscences. Contributors -- Julia Alvarez, Peter Balakian, Jennifer Bates, Philip Booth, T. Alan Broughton, Rosellen Brown, David Budbill, John Canaday, Leslie Dauer, Peter Davison, Greg Delanty, Mark Doty, John Engels, Carol Frost, Richard Frost, Jeffrey Harrison, Laban Carrick Hill, David Huddle, Cynthia Huntington, Richard Jackson, Erica Jong, Richard Kenney, Galway Kinnel, Maxine Kumin, Sydney Lea, Brad Leithauser, Gary Margolis, Paul Mariani, Cleopatra Mathis, Gardner McFall, Wesley McNair, Nora Mitchell, Susan Mitchell, Nancy Nahra, Alfred Nicol, Carole Simmons Oles, April Ossmann, Robert Pack, Jay Parini, Joel B. Peckham, Jr., Kevin Pilkington, Verandah Porche, Lawrence Raab, Ira Sadoff], Mary Jo Salter, Neil Shepard, Jane Shore, Robert Siegel, Diane Swan, John Tagliabue, Sue Ellen Thompson, Pauls Toutonghi, Ellen Bryant Voigt, Rosanna Warren, Emily Wheeler, Richard Wilbur, Nancy Willard, Baron Wormser

About Robert Pack

ROBERT PACK taught for nearly four decades at Middlebury College and was Director of the Bread Loaf Writers Conference for many years. Currently he is teaching at the University of Montana. He has published eighteen volumes of poetry, including Fathering the Map and Rounding It Out. Poet, novelist, and biographer JAY PARINI teaches at Middlebury College. His most recent volumes of poetry are Town Life and House of Days."

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Author : Robert Pack
Publisher : Middlebury College Press
Data Published : 30 April 2002
ISBN : 0874519667
EAN : 9780874519662
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 240 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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