- Author:Ange Mlinko
- Publisher:Coffee House Press (September 1, 2005)
- Pages:70 pages
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Her most recent book, Distant Mandate, was published in July 2017. Her parents came to the US a few years before she was born
Winner of the 1994 National Poetry Series. Rohrer, a hip young poet whose first collection here has been selected as a 1994 National Poetry Series winner by Mary Oliver, offers a clue to his work by quoting for an epigraph the surrealist painter, Rene Magritte
Winner of the 1994 National Poetry Series. A Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year; winner of the 1994 National Poetry Series. In the singular landscape of Matthew Rohrer's first book of poems. Rohrer, a hip young poet whose first collection here has been selected as a 1994 National Poetry Series winner by Mary Oliver, offers a clue to his work by quoting for an epigraph the surrealist painter, Rene Magritte. Rohrer's imagery is intensely visual, as in the opening lines of "news of the dead pope": "Out of a window musical notes float in single file/ past the windbreak of sage-colored trees.
Starred Wire (National Poetry Series Books (Paperback)). The author of four books of poetry, she is currently an associate professor in the English department at the University of Florida. 1566891779 (ISBN13: 9781566891776).
Poetry in translation: Robert Fagles Translation Prize Paz Prize for Poetry. Selected by Monica Youn. Selected by Bob Holman. PYX. Corinne Lee. Selected by Pattiann Rogers.
Starred Wire (2005), which was a National Poetry Series winner.
She is the author of five books of poetry: Distant Mandate (2017); Marvelous Things Overheard (2013), which was selected by both the New Yorker and the Boston Globe as a best book of 2013; Shoulder Season (2010), a finalist for the William Carlos Williams Award; Starred Wire (2005), which was a National Poetry Series winner.
The National Poetry Series was established in 1978 to ensure the publication of five. The winners of the 2018 National Poetry Series are Daniel Poppick, Christopher Kondrich, Jake Skeets, Jon Sands, and Rosalie Moffett. Announcing the Winners of the 2018 Competition. 28 August 2018 at 11:29 ·. Public.
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National Poetry Series. Every year since 1979 it has sponsored the publication of five books of poetry. Kevin Young: 2015 National Book Festival. The National Poetry Series is an American literary awards program. Manuscripts are solicited through an annual open competition, judged and chosen by poets of national stature, and issued by various publishers. Writers Series: Kevin Young. Tyehimba Jess reads "Another Man Done" The Migration Series Poetry Suite.
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“A fine-grained light like that of a nineteenth-century Danish landscape painting shimmers throughout these gorgeously tactile and tactful poems.”—John Ashbery
“A heady heady brew—O’Hara conversation, Ashbery sophistication, Koch hilarity, Schuyler shapeliness, Guest adventures, Notley grain, Mayer utopia, Padgett whimsy, Oulipo oofs.”—Bob Holman, National Poetry Series judge
Mlinko was hailed by Publishers Weekly as “one of the most exciting American poets under 40.” Her Starred Wire reaches across continents of language where, as in Borges, dream logic dictates an interactive, delirious exploration of art and childhood, place and possibility.
Author of Matinées, Ange Mlinko lives in Brooklyn with her husband and young son.