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The heart's many doors : American poets respond to Metka Krašovec's images responding to Emily Dickinson

Author: Richard Jackson; Metka Krašovec; Emily Dickinson
Publisher: San Antonio, Texas : Wings Press, 2017.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Internationally acclaimed Slovian artist Metka Krašovec created a suite of drawings inspired by the poems of Emily Dickinson. Editor Richard Jackson began gathering poems created in response to the drawings -- fascinating and insightful examples of double ekphrasis. The Heart's Many Doors is a rich, cross-genre combination of writing and art that functions as a multi-faceted commentary on Dickinson, art and the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Heart's many doors.
San Antonio, Texas : Wings Press, 2017
(DLC) 2016043986
(OCoLC)959801450
Named Person: Metka Krašovec; Emily Dickinson; Emily Dickinson; Metka Krašovec
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Jackson; Metka Krašovec; Emily Dickinson
ISBN: 9781609405373 1609405374 1609405390 9781609405397
OCLC Number: 966313298
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: Heart Has Many Doors --
Ralph Angel --
Mark Halliday --
Mary Ruefle --
Barbara Siegel Carlson --
Olivia Townsend --
Richard Jackson --
Leslie Ullman --
Mark Cox --
Nance Van Winckel --
Wounded Deer Leaps Highest --
Ralph Angel --
Dara Wier --
David Rivard --
Phillis Levin --
Dean Young --
Leslie Ullman --
Richard Jackson --
Hope is the Thing With Feathers --
Ralph Angel --
Nance Van Winckel --
William Olsen --
Nancy Eimers --
David Rivard --
Leslie Ullman --
Hunter Hobbs --
Richard Jackson --
Laura Behr --
There is a Solitude of Space --
Ralph Angel --
David Rivard --
William Olsen --
Cathy Wagner --
Richard Jackson --
Earl Sherman Braggs --
William Pitt Root --
Emilia Phillips --
Christopher Buckley --
Trenna Sharpe --
Heart Asks Pleasure First --
Ralph Angel --
Mark Jarman --
Pam Uschuk --
Richard Jackson --
Leslie Ullman --
Alex Martin --
Susan Thomas --
Love Thou Art Veiled --
Ralph Angel --
Dean Young --
Richard Jackson --
Alex Martin --
Danielle Hanson --
Ann Manning --
Cody Taylor --
No Rack Can Torture Me --
Ralph Angel --
Dara Wier --
Richard Jackson --
Leslie Ullman --
Chad Prevost --
Brittney Carneal --
Bryce Milligan --
I've Seen A Dying Eye --
Ralph Angel --
Chad Prevost --
Chris Merrill --
Richard Jackson --
Chad Prevost --
Matthew Zapruder --
Pam Uschuk --
Bryce Milligan --
I Measure Every Grief I Meet --
Ralph Angel --
David Wojahn --
Earl Sherman Braggs --
Bradley Paul --
David Rivard --
Deborah Brown --
Richard Jackson --
Leslie Ullman --
Safe Despair It Is that Raves --
Ralph Angel --
Mark Halliday --
William Olen --
Richard Jackson --
Pam Uschuk --
Josh Mensch --
Ata Moharerri --
They Say that Time Assuages --
Ralph Angel --
Dara Wier --
Leslie Ullman --
J Allyn Rosser --
Bradley Paul --
Bill Rasmovicz --
Richard Jackson --
Jordan Culotta.
Responsibility: edited by Richard Jackson.

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Offers a rich, cross-genre combination of writing and art that functions as a multi-faceted commentary on Emily Dickinson, art and the creative process. Forty-one American poets contributed poems  Read more...

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In The Heart's Many Doors, the poems of forty-one American poets oscillate out like ripples in a golden pond in response to Metka Krasovec's images, which in turn respond to Emily Dickinson's poems, Read more...

 
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