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by Brendan Galvin
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  • Author:
    Brendan Galvin
  • ISBN:
    0919196888
  • ISBN13:
    978-0919196889
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  • Publisher:
    Fiddlehead Books; First Edition edition (1972)
  • Pages:
    23 pages
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The Strength of a Named Thing: Poems. Wampanoag Traveler: Being, in Letters, the Life and Times of Loranzo Newcomb, American and Natural Historian : A Poem.

The Strength of a Named Thing: Poems. Seals in the Inner Harbor (Carnegie-Mellon Poetry Series).

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Check out pictures, bibliography, and biography of Brendan Galvin. Brendan Galvin lives on Cape Co. n 2005 he was a finalist for the National Book Award in poetry. In addition to the novels Wash-a-shores, Born Too Loose, and Whacking Skimpwood, he has published sixteen collections of his poems. He has taught at colleges around the . from Boston to New Orleans.

Book Description Fiddlehead, Fredericton, NB, 1972. Condition: Very Good. Short bump at head of spine else a fine copy of this very scarce work, the poet's second publication.

Brendan James Galvin is an American poet. His book, Habitat: New and Selected Poems 1965-2005, was a finalist for the 2005 National Book Award. During forty years of college teaching, he served as Wyndham Robertson Visiting Writer in Residence in the MA program at Hollins University, Coal Royalty Distinguished Writer in Residence in the MFA program at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, and Whichard chair in the Humanities at East Carolina University.

Fredericton, New Brunswick, Fiddlehead, 1972. No Time for Good Reasons. Where rural and urban themes overlap, the poems sometimes point up how development and "city values" corrupt the environment.

BRENDAN GALVIN is the author of sixteen poetry books, including eight published by LSU Press, of which Habitat (2005) was a finalist for the National Book Award. He has received many other honors, including the O. B. Hardison Prize from the Folger Shakespeare Library. He lives in Truro, Massachusetts. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.