|Statement||edited by Earl G. Ingersoll, Judith Kitchen, Stan Sanvel Rubin.|
|Contributions||Ingersoll, Earl G., 1938-, Kitchen, Judith., Rubin, Stan Sanvel.|
|LC Classifications||PS325 .P6 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||281 p. :|
|Number of Pages||281|
|LC Control Number||87046424|
Confessional poetry or "Confessionalism" is a style of poetry that emerged in the United States during the s. It is sometimes also classified as a form of Postmodernism. It has been described as poetry of the personal or "I", focusing on extreme moments of individual experience, the psyche, and personal trauma, including previously and occasionally still taboo matters such as mental. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Based on the holdings of the Brockport Writers Forum Videotape Library, this collection of lively discussions of craft with nineteen contemporary poets illuminates the state of American poetry and poetics today. Linda Pastan (born in New York) is an American poet of Jewish background. From – she was Poet Laureate of Maryland. She is known for writing short poems that address topics like family life, domesticity, motherhood, the female experience, aging, death, loss and the fear of loss, as well as the fragility of life and : Ira Pastan. The book carefully and clearly delineates the case for developing this "surge" mindset and provides useful and persuasive examples all the way through, so that by the end, the reader is completely sold on the idea. The logic of this book is irrefutable. A must-read for everyone, whether business owner, emergency-services worker, actor or.
Biography -- Literary CriticismIn , Rita Dove (b. ) became the nation's youngest and first female African American Poet Laureate. This collection of interviews offers a fascinating portrait of published over a half-dozen collections of poetry, Dove won a Brand: University Press of Mississippi. Linda Pastan (PA-stahn) is known only for her poetry. However, she has written an autobiographical essay, “Roots,” which appeared in American Poets in (), a volume edited by William. At the time, I was teaching creative writing and film studies and running a writer’s program and a summer writing workshop out of SUNY, the Brockport Writers Forum and Video Library, for which I interviewed hundreds of writers and published dozens of interviews, including a book, The Post-Confessionals: Conversations with American Poets of. Conversations with Rita Dove book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Biography -- Literary CriticismIn , Rita Dove (b. ) /5(5).
His previous books include Conversations with May Sarton (University Press of Mississippi), The Post-Confessionals: Conversations with American Poets of the Eighties (with Judith Kitchen and Stan Sanvel Rubin), and Doris Lessing: Conversations, among : Paperback. PASTAN, Linda. Born 27 May , New York, New York. Daughter of Jack and Bess Schwartz Olenick; married Ira Pastan, ; children: Stephen, Peter, Rachel. Linda Pastan studied at Radcliffe College (B.A., ) and in her senior year won Mademoiselle's Dylan Thomas Poetry award. (Sylvia Plath took second place.)She earned an M.L.S. from Simmons in and an M.A. from Brandeis in Other books include The Post-Confessionals, a collection of his interviews with contemporary American poets, published by Associated University Presses; Hidden Sequel, winner of the Barrow Street Book Award for ; Lost and Midnight, both from State Street Press; On the Coast, a chapbook (Pudding House, ); and Five Colors, from. More editions of The Post-Confessionals: Conversations With American Poets of the Eighties: The Post-Confessionals: Conversations With American Poets of the Eighties: ISBN () Hardcover, Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Pr,