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Still Life with Poem

Contemporary Natures Mortes in Verse

Still Life with Poem( )
Editor: Dubrow, Jehanne
Lusby, Lindsay
Contribution by: Dubrow, Jehanne
Lusby, Lindsay
Corn, Alfred
Arthur, James
Bachmann, Beth
Bang, Mary Jo
Barot, Rick
Beachy-Quick, Dan
Beasley, Sandra
Beer, Nicky
Behn, Robin
Berdeshevsky, Margo
Betts, Tara
Bridgford, Kim
Brimhall, Traci
Clark, Charlie
Clarvoe, Jennifer
Crooker, Barbara
Czerwiec, Heidi
Daniels, Kate
Davidson, Chad
Didden, Katy
Frank, Rebecca Morgan
Fraser, Gregory
Gray, Juliana
Greenberg, Arielle
Hacker, Marilyn
Hadas, Rachel
Hall, James Allen
Harrison, Leslie
Hill, Sean
Hix, H. L.
Hofmann, Richie
Jerrell, Carrie
Khanna, Vandana
Kuipers, Keetje
Lasky, Dorothea
Lessley, Shara
Levin, Dana
lonsinger, dawn
Majmudar, Amit
Malech, Dora
McGrath, Leslie
Meitner, Erika
Metres, Philip
Mills, Tyler
Monson, Ander
Moon, Kamilah Aisha
Newman, Amy
Nezhukumatathil, Aimee
Novey, Idra
Olstein, Lisa
Peterson, Katie
Petrosino, Kiki
Phillips, Emilia
Phillips, Patrick
Poch, John
Pugh, Christina
Range, Melissa
Raz, Hilda
Link, Aaron Raz
Rekdal, Paisley
Sáma, Metta
Schneiderman, Jason
Schulman, Grace
Share, Don
Smith, Aaron
Snider, Bruce
Spaar, Lisa Russ
Stone, Nomi
Sugarman, Yerra
Sweeney, Jennifer K.
Thorburn, Matthew
Vines, Adam
Wade, Sidney
West, Sasha
Wilkinson, Caki
Wiseman, Laura Madeline
Witek, Terri
Yezzi, David
Cover Design by: Dubrow, Jehanne
Lusby, Lindsay
Photographer: Clarvoe, Jennifer
Publication Date:Oct 2016
Publisher:Literary House Press of Washington College, The
Book Format:Paperback
List Price:USD $20.00
Book Description:

Poetry. Art. With a tradition that can be traced to Pompeii, the genre of the still life or nature morte has most often been used since the Middle Ages and the Renaissance as a vehicle for symbolism and metaphor, objects serving as stand-ins for philosophical ideas, religious principles, or moralizing messages. In STILL LIFE WITH POEM, poets were asked to create (or to imagine) their own still lifes and to write poems in response to these thoughtful arrangements of things. And although...
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Book Details
Detailed Subjects: Poetry / Anthologies (Multiple Authors)
Physical Dimensions (W X L X H):6 x 9 Inches
Book Weight:0.812 Pounds
Author Biography
Rick Barot was born on February 19, 1969 in the Philippines. He is a graduate of Wesleyan University and received his MFA from the Iowa Writers' Workshop. He teaches at the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College.

He is the author of The Darker Fall and Want. In 2016 he won the PEN Open Book Award, UNT Rilke Prize, and the Publishing Triangle Thomas Gunn Award for his poetry collection Chords.


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