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Rapture, John Gery May 2014

Rapture, John Gery

John R O Gery

No abstract provided.


The Girl I Knew Once, John Gery May 2014

The Girl I Knew Once, John Gery

John R O Gery

No abstract provided.


Bestial Oblivion, John Gery May 2014

Bestial Oblivion, John Gery

John R O Gery

No abstract provided.


“Acceptance, Finally” And “In Our Time” (Poems), John Gery Nov 2013

“Acceptance, Finally” And “In Our Time” (Poems), John Gery

John R O Gery

No abstract provided.


Stump (Poem), John Gery Nov 2013

Stump (Poem), John Gery

John R O Gery

No abstract provided.


Grief (Poem), John Gery Nov 2013

Grief (Poem), John Gery

John R O Gery

No abstract provided.


“Lie #4: That Frances Osgood Slept With E.A. Poe” And “Lie #6: That Hart Crane Crawled In Bed Between The Cowleys” (Poems), John Gery Nov 2013

“Lie #4: That Frances Osgood Slept With E.A. Poe” And “Lie #6: That Hart Crane Crawled In Bed Between The Cowleys” (Poems), John Gery

John R O Gery

No abstract provided.


“To A Friend Dying Of Cancer In A War Zone,” “Spring Offensive,” “’Paramilitary,’” “The Secret Of Stealth,” And “Summit Summary” (Poems), John Gery Nov 2013

“To A Friend Dying Of Cancer In A War Zone,” “Spring Offensive,” “’Paramilitary,’” “The Secret Of Stealth,” And “Summit Summary” (Poems), John Gery

John R O Gery

No abstract provided.


And You Said You Knew Me When, Thomas Bacher Jun 2012

And You Said You Knew Me When, Thomas Bacher

Thomas Bacher

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Einstein And Love, Thomas Bacher Jun 2012

Einstein And Love, Thomas Bacher

Thomas Bacher

No abstract provided.


Stanford University's Paul Laurence Dunbar Conference-Dunbar: The Originator-Part Ii, Joanne Braxton Jan 2012

Stanford University's Paul Laurence Dunbar Conference-Dunbar: The Originator-Part Ii, Joanne Braxton

Joanne Braxton

In this video, Professor Joanne M. Braxton (introduced by Shelley Fisher Fishkin) presents the introductory keynote "Dunbar: The Originator" for Stanford University's Paul Laurence Dunbar Centennial Conference on March 10, 2006. A main purpose of the conference was to "explore new critical perspectives on the diversity of Dunbar's literary production as a poet, novelist, lyricist, dramatist, and journalist" one hundred years after his death.


Stanford University's Paul Laurence Dunbar Conference-Dunbar:The Originator Part I, Joanne Braxton Jan 2012

Stanford University's Paul Laurence Dunbar Conference-Dunbar:The Originator Part I, Joanne Braxton

Joanne Braxton

In this video, Professor Joanne M. Braxton (introduced by Shelley Fisher Fishkin) presents the introductory keynote "Dunbar: The Originator" for Stanford University's Paul Laurence Dunbar Centennial Conference on March 10, 2006. A main purpose of the conference was to "explore new critical perspectives on the diversity of Dunbar's literary production as a poet, novelist, lyricist, dramatist, and journalist" one hundred years after his death. 


Buying Dope Nyc Style, Thomas Bacher Aug 2011

Buying Dope Nyc Style, Thomas Bacher

Thomas Bacher

No abstract provided.


Like A Dear In The Headlines, Thomas Bacher Dec 2010

Like A Dear In The Headlines, Thomas Bacher

Thomas Bacher

No abstract provided.


Finding Your Own Voice: Braxton Interviews Cortez, Joanne Braxton Apr 2010

Finding Your Own Voice: Braxton Interviews Cortez, Joanne Braxton

Joanne Braxton

Dr. Braxton conducted an interview with internationally acclaimed jazz poet and activist Jayne Cortez.  In her introduction, Braxton referred to Cortez as an “inspirational figure” who has created films and founded theater companies in addition to establishing her core body of work that includes 10 books of poetry and nine recordings.  “Her voice is celebrated for its political, surrealistic, innovative, dynamic innovations in lyricism and visceral sound,” Braxton said. “To hear Jayne Cortez’s poetry is to feel it.”


Days And Nights Of San Miguel, Marianne Rogoff Dec 2009

Days And Nights Of San Miguel, Marianne Rogoff

Marianne Rogoff

"Continuity
Roosters crow and the plaza comes to life every morning with newsboys, tourists, pigeons and grackles, prayers of the pilgrims, the balloon man, the cigarette lady, the horse with his blinders. Men stride through dressed for business in fresh-shined shoes. Cement façades are yellow gold, burnt red/orange, and keep still as clouds drift across the sun and shadows hover, persist. Rays of light fall from the sky, which is deep blue where it is not white with giant cumulus puffs. Black rain clouds move in, threatening, wind blows balloon streamers, smoke rises from tortilla barbecues, heads turn upward ...


Poetry, Law, & Poetry: Some Notes Toward A Unified Theory, Frank Pommersheim Dec 2007

Poetry, Law, & Poetry: Some Notes Toward A Unified Theory, Frank Pommersheim

Frank Pommersheim

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La Gruta, Marianne Rogoff Dec 2005

La Gruta, Marianne Rogoff

Marianne Rogoff

"An ordinary night at La Gruta. Hot water dispels tension, possibilities float around my soft flesh, hard heart. Woman in her forties. Betrayed wife. Swims in mist under star-strewn Mexican sky. Again, another starry night and demons banish, mourning ceases, I breathe and swim through air, free the beastly beating broke-down heart. Under moonlight, seven nights the pool shimmers, light visible, then the tunnel, hotter, long and tight…. "


Detritus (Grand Valley Review), Kathryn Waggoner Dec 2003

Detritus (Grand Valley Review), Kathryn Waggoner

Kathryn L Waggoner

No abstract provided.