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    Robin Skelton
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Bibliographic Details. Publisher: University of Washington Press, Seattle. Publication Date: 1964. Am Here Books was founded in Vaud, Switzerland in 1971 by Richard Aaron. We took a break in 2000 to attend to the description and sale of a number of archives but now are back to running our bookstore. Visitors are welcome by appointment.

ISBN13: 9780295740164. Release Date: January 1964.

Start by marking Five Poets of the Pacific Northwest as Want to Read . The poets in this book were all really talented, and wide-ranging.

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Other authorsKenneth O. Hanson. American poetry Northwest, Pacific. Poetry, Pacific Northwest. Seattle, University of Washington Press, 1975. purple cloth, no dust jacket.

Five Poets of the Pacific Northwest (Ed. by Robin Skelton). The Modern Hebrew Poem Itself (Ed. by Stanley Burnshaw, T. Carmi, and Ezra Spicehandler). A Controversy of Poets (Ed. by Paris Leary and Robert Kelly). Source: Poetry (January 1968). Browse all issues back to 1912.

Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press, 1964.

David Wagoner's Collected Poems was nominated for the National Book Award in 1977, and he won a Pushcart Prize the same year. He was again nominated for a National Book Award in 1979 for In Broken Country  . Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press, 1964.

139 pages : 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 132-135) and index. 1. Theodore Roethke and the Pacific Northwest poets - 2. William Stafford : "the real things we live by" - 3. Richard Hugo's triggering territory - 4. David Wagoner : poetic magic in the Pacific Northwest - 5. Concluding remarks.

Poetry of the Pacific Northwest will focus on the work of writers from (or writing about) Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Northern California, and related areas to not only explore how the Northwest is imagined and represented a. .

Poetry of the Pacific Northwest will focus on the work of writers from (or writing about) Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Northern California, and related areas to not only explore how the Northwest is imagined and represented as a region but also how its poetry participates in, and complicates, regional and national histories and identities. How is it helpful (or limiting) to think about literature as regional in character, especially in an era of increased globalization? What does it mean for poetry when it is anchored in specific places-and in the specific discourses of those places-rather than in the tradition of the ahistorical, universalist lyric poem?

Penguin Book of Poetry of the Thirties (1963). Collected Poems of David Gascoyne (1965). Five Poets of the Pacific Northwest (1968). Her father was Robin Skelton, the poet and professor, who hosted a weekly salon of writers and artists

Penguin Book of Poetry of the Thirties (1963). The World of W B Yeats: Essays in Perspective (1965, with Anne Saddlemyer). Poetry of the Forties (1968). Contemporary Poetry of British Columbia (1970). Her father was Robin Skelton, the poet and professor, who hosted a weekly salon of writers and artists. The university would fly in all kinds of amazing voices from all over, they’d do a reading, we’d go out for dinner and come back to this sprawling Victorian pile and party into the wee small hours, reading each other’s poetry.

Pacific Northwest poets