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  • Author:
    Peter Fallon
  • ISBN:
    0916390578
  • ISBN13:
    978-0916390570
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    Wake Forest University Press (October 1, 1993)
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    80 pages
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News of the World includes poems from four of Fallon’s collections, The Speaking Stones (1978), Winter .

News of the World includes poems from four of Fallon’s collections, The Speaking Stones (1978), Winter Work (1983), The News and Weather (1987), and Eye to Eye (1993). Peter Fallon’s poetry confirms Keats’s notion that an intelligence becomes a soul through being schooled in a world of pains and troubles. His poems are soul music of this sort, yet they also belong to a particular place and a particular speech: his way of saying has become a way of seeing, eye to eye with griefs and crises he is emotionally well able for. – Seamus Heaney.

News of the World book. News of the World includes poems from four of Fallon’s collections, The Speaking Stones (1978), Winter Work (1983), The News and Weather (1987), and Eye to Eye (1993).

Eye to Eye (Gallery Books). Derek Mahon, Peter Fallon, Various. Soft Day. Peter Fallon, Sean Golden.

Selected Poems: with parallel French text (Oxford World's Classics). Guillaume Apollinaire. Translation and Literature Praise for Ron Padgett’s translations: A superb translation! Ron Padgett, himself an important poet, catches precisely the French poet’s rhythms, his colloquialisms, his racy diction and emotional resonances. Marjorie Perloff No praise can be too high for Ron Padgett’s translations. Dominic Di Bernardi, The Washington Post Book World.

Reaching Out to the World: New & Selected Poems, White Pine Press .

Reaching Out to the World: New & Selected Poems, White Pine Press, 2009. Talking into the Ear of a Donkey, . Norton (New York, NY), 2011. Stealing Sugar from the Castle: Selected and New Poems, 1950-2013, . Norton (New York, NY), 2013. Kabir, The Kabir Book: Forty-four of the Ecstatic Poems of Kabir, Beacon Press (Boston, MA), 1977. Rolf Jacobsen, Twenty Poems of Rolf Jacobsen, Eighties Press (Madison, MN), 1977. Ten Poems of Francis Ponge, and Ten Poems of Robert Bly Inspired by the Poems of Francis Ponge, Owl’s Head Press (Riverview, New Brunswick, Canada), 1990. Lorca and Jimenez: Selected Poems, Beacon Press (Boston, MA), 1997.

The Company of Horses is Peter Fallon's ?rst collection of original poems since News of the World: Selected and New Poems appeared in 1998. And the glory is renewed for our time in Peter Fallon's inspired translation. These closely observed and patiently assembled poems continue that celebration and amplify that verdict. In a book of uncommon empathy the author considers the blessings of the whole green force of nature

Recipient O'Shaughnessy Poetry award Irish American Cultural Institute, 1993. Fallon, Peter was born in 1951 in Germany. Graduate, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. Doctor of Letters (honorary), Villanova University, 2000.

Recipient O'Shaughnessy Poetry award Irish American Cultural Institute, 1993. Writer-in-residence Trinity University. Founder The Gallery Press. Poet-in-residence Deerfield Academy, Massachusetts, 1996-1997. Heimbold professor Irish studies Villanova University, Pennsylvania, 2000.

Peter Fallon (Fallon, Peter). used books, rare books and new books. News of the World: Selected Poems. ISBN 9780916390563 (978-16390-56-3) Softcover, Wake Forest University Press, 1998. Find all books by 'Peter Fallon' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Peter Fallon'. Child Labor: Issues and Directions for the World Bank. by Peter Fallon, Zafiris Tzannatos. ISBN 9780821341834 (978-0-8213-4183-4) Softcover, World Bank, 1998. Find signed collectible books: 'News of the World: Selected Poems'.

The City Lights Pocket Poets Series is a series of poetry collections published by Lawrence Ferlinghetti and City Lights Books of San Francisco since August 1955. The series is most notable for the publication of Allen Ginsberg's literary milestone "Howl", which led to an obscenity charge for the publishers that was fought off with the aid of the ACLU. The series is published in a small, affordable paperback format with a distinctive black and white cover design.

News of the World includes poems from four of Fallon’s collections, The Speaking Stones (1978), Winter Work (1983), The News and Weather (1987), and Eye to Eye (1993).