- Author:Ruth Stone,Phoebe Stone
- Publisher:Yellow Moon Press; 1st Edition edition (May 1991)
- Pages:68 pages
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Ruth Stone was an American poet and author of thirteen books of poetry.
Ruth Stone was an American poet and author of thirteen books of poetry. She received the 2002 National Book Award (for her collection In the Next Galaxy), the 2002 Wallace Stevens Award, the National Book Critics Circle Award, the Eric Mathieu King Award from The Academy of American Poets, a Whiting Award, two Guggenheim Fellowships, the Delmore Schwartz Award, the Cerf Lifetime Achievement Award Ruth Stone was an American poet and author of thirteen
Ruth Stone is the author of thirteen books of poetry Who is the Widow's Muse?, Yellow Moon Press, 1991.
Ruth Stone is the author of thirteen books of poetry. She is the recipient of many awards and honors, including the 2002 National Book Award for Poetry (for her collection In the Next Galaxy), the 2002 Wallace Stevens Award, the National Book Critics Circle Award, the Eric Mathieu King Award from The Academy of American Poets, a Whiting Award. with which she bought plumbing for her house), two Guggenheim Fellowships (one of which roofed her house), the Delmore Schwartz Award, the Cerf Lifetime Achievement Award from the state of Vermont, and the Shelley Memorial Award. Who is the Widow's Muse?, Yellow Moon Press, 1991
Ruth Stone, Phoebe Stone.
Ruth Stone, Phoebe Stone.
Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780938756323. Release Date:May 1991.
The Book of Stones takes the reader on a fascinating journey. The writing is clear, thoughtful, and easily understood, and the inclusion of scientific data, history, and folklore helps make the book a valuable resource for all those interested in the mineral kingdom. Thom Hartmann, author of The Prophet’s Way and The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight. This book has some good insight however, I would like to support someone who respects the names already given to stones instead of making a profit on them by re-naming to their liking. 21 people found this helpful.
The Ruth Stone House is a nonprofit literary organization created by the trustees of Ruth Stone’s estate. Our mission is to celebrate the legacy of poet, Ruth Stone, and foster creation of the finest contemporary poetry and art. The organization is based around the restoration of Ruth Stone’s literary and physical estate in Vermont, which will serve as an intimate writer’s retreat, artist space, and historical landmark. 17 October 2019 ·. Silent auction- holy hallelujah !!
Ruth Stone, the eminent American poet whose bittersweet voice was memorable for its humour and pathos .
Ruth Stone, the eminent American poet whose bittersweet voice was memorable for its humour and pathos, has died aged 96. She wrote in relative obscurity throughout most of her career, but major recognition came Stone's way in her late 80. Stone published 13 books of poetry, including Cheap: New Poems and Ballads (1975), Who Is the Widow's Muse? (1991), Simplicity (1995), In the Dark (2004) and What Love Comes to, a finalist for the Pulitzer prize in 2009. She created a strong poetic tradition within her family; two of her daughters, Abigail and Phoebe, and two of her granddaughters, Hillery and Bianca, became published writers.
Ruth Stone, who has died aged 96, was an award-winning poet whose . When we were introduced, I asked: "Who is the widow's muse?" Within hours, she telephoned to read freshly-birthed poems.
Ruth Stone, who has died aged 96, was an award-winning poet whose life spanned the 20th and 21st centuries. During her lifetime she was compared by her contemporaries to Sappho, Dante, Christine de Pizan, Shakespeare, Emily Dickinson, Walt Whitman, Kate Chopin and Anna Akhmatova. Stone's 2009 Pulitzer Prize nomination rounded off a lifetime of America's most prestigious literary awards.
Stone is the author of 13 books of poetry. Who is the Widow’s Muse?. Cambridge, MA: Yellow Moon Press, 1991.
Reading Ruth Stone" is an examination of Stone’s key themes and modes. The Clever Widow m. 151. Who Is the Widows Muse? 163. Under the Seal of My Widowhood. Diane Wakoski and Diana O’Hehir focus on the tragicomic vision that colors much of her work; Kevin Clark and Elyse Blankley explore the political aspects of her poetry; Roger Gilbert analyzes her "often uncannily astute insights into the 'otherness’ of other lives"; Janet Lowery and Kandace Brill Lombart draw on the biographical background of Stone’s "grief work"; and Sandra Gilbert studies.