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Poets against the war

Author: Sam Hamill; Sally Anderson
Publisher: New York : Thunder's Mouth Press/Nation Books ; Distributed by Publishers Group West, ©2003.
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Over 150 new poems on war in general, the war with Iraq specifically, and the George W. Bush administration. Led by poet Sam Hamill, February 12, 2003 became a day of Poetry Against the War conducted as a reading at the White House gates in addition to over 160 public readings in many different countries and almost all of the 50 states. Since then, over 9,000 poets have joined this grassroots peace movement by  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sam Hamill; Sally Anderson
ISBN: 1560255390 9781560255390
OCLC Number: 52100173
Description: xxi, 263 p. ; 20 cm.
Contents: Casualty / Virginia Adair --
Cranes in August / Kim Addonizio --
Geese, October 2002 Lucy Adkins --
Billy Bush Sam-ton / Fawzia Afzal-Khan --
Of a forgetful sea / Kelli Russell Agodon --
Gatha / Robert Aitken --
Pathetic lines/Pobres versos / Francisco X. Alarcon --
January 2003; Vermont / Joan Aleshire --
On his way to Kuwait / Annette Allen --
What to count / Alise Alousi --
The Clay's memory / Salih Altoma (translator), Salam al-Asadi (author) --
The White House has disinvited the poets / Julia Alvarez Draft-dodgers vs. Poetry-dodgers / Antler --
Untitled / Electra Arenal (translator), Jesus Aguado (author) --
The permanent fragility of meaning / Elizabeth Austen --
War breaks out again / Penelope Austin --
Ohio elegy / Christopher Bakken --
Collateral damage / John Balaban --
Destiny is memory / Tia Ballantine --
Waiting for the barbarians / Willis Barnstone --
Mondrians Forest / Wendy Battin --
A lesson from the Corps / Marvin Bell --
The new rapture / James Bertolino --
Syria, 1997 / Sarah Blackman --
Search and destroy / Helen Blackshear --
Call and answer / Robert Bly --
Statement of conscience / George Bowering --
Poetry and the American voice / Geoff Brock --
Belief / Colleen Morton Busch --
Compaint and petition / Hayden Carruth --
The war / Tom Chandler --
Riverside Ghazal / Patricia Clark --
Stones and bones / Lucille Clifton --
Letter to Sam Hamill / Alfred Corn --
Flags / Peter Coyote --
War / Reba Crawford-Hayes --
Ground Zero / Robert Creeley --
Beatitudes / Alfred de Zayas --
Statement of conscience / Mark Doty --
Umoja: each one of us counts / Rita Dove --
Doing Zazen on the snow in front of the Colorado State Capitol an unknown number of days before my country attacks Iraq / Len Edgerly --
The weather in Herat / Lynnell Edwards --
Compression / Sebastian Eggert --
Alabanza: in priase of Local 100 / Martin Espada --
Blue herons / Sascha Feinstein --
Speak out / Lawrence Ferlinghetti --
Shore / Helen Frost --
I have never wanted to march / Tess Gallagher --
Army Burn Ward / Martin Galvin --
At Wat Umong / Galen Garwood --
Rural electric and statement of conscience / Ted Genoways --
Spring offensive / John Geny --
Guard Duty / Vince Gotera --
Poetry of bodies / Michael Gould-wartofsky --
Morning News / Marilyn Hacker --
Poem for an Iraqi child in a forgotten news clip --
Imagine / Sidney Hall, Jr. --
Difficult to sleep / Elisabeth Hallett --/ From Maddie (age 9) / Madeleine-Therese Halpert --
Sheepherder coffee / Sam Hamill --
Statement of conscience / Patricia Hampl --
Veterans Day / Twyla Hansen --
Igneous / Danielle Hanson --
No / Joy Harjo --
Sometimes the wider world can only be apprehended obliquely / Marie Harris --
Poem of war / Jim Harrison --
Email for Sam and Ballad of a dissenter / Samuel Hazo --
Swarming / Allison Hedge Coke --
Green pants and a bamboo flute / Brenda Hillman --
The dead do not want us dead / Jane Hirshfield --
The kind of shadow that calls out to fate / Tony Hoagland --
Anniversary / Patricia Ikeda --
Baghdad / Kent Johnson --
The Monument / Frank Judge --
The last threshold / Shirley Kaufman --
The Olive wood fire / Galway Kinnell --
Gulf War / Carolyn Kizer --
New Hampshire, February 7, 2003 / Maxine Kumin --
Statement of conscience / Stanley Kunitz --
Wartime radio / Stephen Kuusisto --
Cello / Dorianne Laux --
American wars / Ursula K. Le Guin --
Statement of conscience and Untitled / Peter Levitt --
Tale of a doorknob and Statement of conscience / Morton Marcus --
Writing my diary with water / Karen Margalit --
The palace of lists / Gary Margolis --
Memorial Day / William Marr --
The Peace Bell / RJ McCaffery --
Snow woman / Janet McCann --
Peace on the land we live on / Wilden McIntosh-Round --
Denial / Lucie McKee --
The seeds of the peace martyrs have borne fruit / Susan McKeon-Steinmann --
Letter to Hayden / Bridget Meeds --
From: SHEMA / David Meltzer --
Statement of conscience and Ogres / W.S. Merwin --
A palace of pearls (excerpt) / Jane Miller --
Suicide note / Mario Milosevic --
the woman of Baghdad / Patricia Monaghan --
Brave woman / Grace Monte de Ramos --
The truth as I see it ... circa 2003 / Kaye Moon Winters.
Responsibility: edited by Sam Hamill with Sally Anderson and others.
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Over 150 new poems on war in general, the war with Iraq specifically, and the George W. Bush administration. Led by poet Sam Hamill, February 12, 2003 became a day of Poetry Against the War conducted as a reading at the White House gates in addition to over 160 public readings in many different countries and almost all of the 50 states. Since then, over 9,000 poets have joined this grassroots peace movement by submitting poems and statements to Poetsagainstthewar.org, registering their opposition to the Bush administration's headlong plunge toward war in Iraq. Poets Against the War features a selection of the best poems that were submitted to the website. Contributors include: Adrienne Rich, W.S. Merwin, Galway Kinnell, Robert Bly, Marilyn Hacker, Grace Schulman, Shirley Kaufman, Wanda Coleman, Yusef Komunyakaa, Hayden Carruth, Jane Hirshfield, Tess Gallagher, Sandra Cisneros, former Poet Laureate Rita Dove, and many others.

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