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Poetry
  • Author:
    Sandra Alcosser
  • ISBN:
    0916272559
  • ISBN13:
    978-0916272555
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  • Publisher:
    Ahsahta Press; 3 edition (March 1, 1993)
  • Pages:
    72 pages
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    Poetry
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Sandra B. Alcosser (born February 3, 1944) is an American poet. A Fish To Feed All Hunger (Ahsahta Press, 1986). Except By Nature (Graywolf Press, 1998). Alcosser (born February 3, 1944) is an American poet Contents. Public Records Index, Vol. 1 (Provo, UT: Ancestry. com Operations, In., 2010. Montana Arts Council page on Alcosser Archived 2007-09-27 at the Wayback Machine.

A Fish to Feed All Hunger. Sandra Alcosser's third book of poetry, a National Poetry Series winner selected by Eamon Grennan, rewards you with a walk through nature's mysteries and beauty-and the maze of human nature

A Fish to Feed All Hunger. Sandra Alcosser's third book of poetry, a National Poetry Series winner selected by Eamon Grennan, rewards you with a walk through nature's mysteries and beauty-and the maze of human nature. One of Alcosser's frequent themes is the cost of courage.

A Fish to Feed All Hunger and Kathleen Spivack. The Beds We Lie In: Selected and New Poems. Cottonwood 40 (Winter 1986): 103-104.

Sandra Alcosser (born 1944) is an American poet 1997 National Poetry Series, for Except by Nature. A Fish To Feed All Hunger.

Sandra Alcosser (born 1944) is an American poet. She was appointed the first state poet laureate of Montana, serving from 2005 to 2007. Alcosser founded and directs the . in writing program at San Diego State University and is on the faculty of the low-residency . 1997 National Poetry Series, for Except by Nature. Charlottesville, VA: [[University Press of Virgina, 1986; Ahsahta Press, 1993, 2000, 2010. Graywolf Press, 1998. Sandra Alcosser CCNY-Missoula Reading. Montana Arts Council page on Alcosser.

Sandra Alcosser’s books of poetry, A Fish to Feed All Hunger and Except by Nature, received the highest honors from the National Poetry Series, Academy of American Poets, Associated Writing Programs.

Sandra Alcosser’s books of poetry, A Fish to Feed All Hunger and Except by Nature, received the highest honors from the National Poetry Series, Academy of American Poets, Associated Writing Programs, as well as the Larry Levis Award and the William Stafford Award for Poetry.

January 1987 Ralph Angel, David Baker, Michael Collier, Mark Cox, Gregory Djanikian, Gary Fincke, Sandra Gilbert, Edward Kleinschmidt, Stanley Moss, Molly Peacock, Michael . A Fish To Feed All Hunger, by Sandra Alcosser.

January 1987 Ralph Angel, David Baker, Michael Collier, Mark Cox, Gregory Djanikian, Gary Fincke, Sandra Gilbert, Edward Kleinschmidt, Stanley Moss, Molly Peacock, Michael Spence, Maura Stanton, Nance Van Winckel, Jane Wayne, Alicia Ostriker. Source: Poetry (January 1987). Browse all issues back to 1912. This Appears In. Read Issue.

Poetry. Newly typeset and redesigned, award-winning author Sandra Alcosser's book appears in a brand new edition with its original introduction by James Tate. "By turns tender, dark, sensuous, Sandra Alcosser's care for language is never far from center-stage. The diction is rich and appropriate. Themes and subthemes tangle in the subconscious. They are not simple, but neither are they obscure. A FISH TO FEED ALL HUNGER challenges and rewards those still in the habit of reading. Each moment seems to have its just emphasis. In our daily lives, we are performing a series of rites for one another. And Alcosser's sense of ritual is keen. She gives meaning when it is most needed"—James Tate.