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The Pushcart book of poetry : the best poems from three decades of the Pushcart Prize

Author: Joan Murray; Pushcart Press,
Publisher: Wainscott, NY : Pushcart Press, New York, NY : W.W. Norton Co. [2006] ©2006
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"From the start of the series in 1976, the editors of The Pushcart Prize have celebrated all sorts of poetry, from the traditional to the experimental, by both known and unknown poets. More than 750 poems have appeared, selected by new poetry editors for most of the twenty-five editions"--
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Pushcart book of poetry.
Wainscott, NY : Pushcart Press ; New York, NY : Distributed by W.W. Norton Co., 2006
(OCoLC)608367914
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joan Murray; Pushcart Press,
ISBN: 1888889349 9781888889345
OCLC Number: 80740551
Description: 634 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Power / Adrienne Rich --
Peace in the Near East / Gerald Stern --
Griots who knew Brer Fox / Colleen J. McElroy --
Spring / Michael Hogan --
Variations on A mound of corpses in the snow / Stephen Berg --
Musical shuttle / Harvey Sharpio --
end of science fiction / Lisel Mueller --
Rabbit trace / Jarold Ramsey --
sage of Apple Valley on love / Edward Field --
We free singers be / Etheridge Knight --
All kinds of caresses / John Ashbery --
sleep / Philip Dacey --
breaker / Naomi Clark --
West Virginia sleep song / Ruthellen Quillen --
Everyone knows whom the saved envy / James Galvin --
There is a dream dreaming us / Norman Dubie --
From Sweeney Astray / Seamus Heaney --
Conversation by the body's light / Jane Cooper --
Snow owl / Dave Smith --
Running away from home / Carolyn Kizer --
Pig 311 / Margaret Ryan --
From Laughing with one eye / Gjertrude Schnackenberg --
ritual of memories / Tess Gallagher --
Quinnapoxet / Stanley Kunitz --
otter / Seamus Heaney --
Young women at Chartres / James Wright --
I remember Galileo / Gerald Stern --
Portrait of the artists with Li Po / Charles Wright --
Breath / Heather McHugh --
By the pool / Allen Grossman --
Cantina music / Derek Walcott --
Lagoon / Joseph Brodsky --
Waiting in line / William Stafford --
Floor / C. K. Williams --
For Elizabeth Bishop / Sandra McPherson --
World breaking apart / Louise Gluck --
I sing the body electric / Philip Levine --
From my window / C. K. Williams --
journey / James Wright --
southern cross / Charles Wright --
Europa / Derek Walcott --
snakes of September / Stanley Kunitz --
Moles / Mary Oliver --
I knew I'd sing / Heather McHugh --
Procession / Philip Booth --
man of many L's / Maxine Kumin --
reedbeds of the Hackensack / Amy Clampitt --
That bright grey eye / Hilda Morley --
Consolation / Daniel Berrigan --
power of toads / Pattiann Rogers --
trickle-down theory of happiness / Philip Appleman --
explosion / Susan Mitchell --
Ground Zero / William Stafford --
Ukiyo-E / Siv Cedering --
fundamental project of technology / Galway Kinnell --
Birthday star atlas / Charles Simic --
Vesper sparrows / Deborah Digges --
Rain country / John Haines --
poem with no ending / Philip Levine --
Wilderness / Vern Rusala --
Turtle, swan / Mark Dory --
throne of the Third Heaven of the Nations Millennium General Assembly / Denis Johnson --
Don't go to the barn / Tom Sleigh --
noise the hairless make / Stephen Dobyns --
Delfina Flores and her niece Modesta / Herbert Morris --
I send moma home / Marilyn Nelson --
Poland of death / Allen Grossman --
That they were at the beach --
Aeolotropic series / Leslie Scalapino --
garden of earthly delights / Czeslaw Milosz --
Le Petit Salvie / C. K. Williams --
Four from the Bandelaire series / Michael Palmer --
Lament for the makers / Robert Pinsky --
Cheer / Laura Jensen --
Justice without passion / Jane Hirshfield --
Tenderness / Stephen Dunn --
Miller epithalamium / Leslie Adrienne Miller --
May, 1986 / Sharon Olds --
little death / Arthur Smith --
Sequence / Marilyn Nelson --
Interpretation of a poem by Frost / Thylias Moss --
For you / Jim Moore --
love of travelers / Angela Jackson --
Furious versions / Li-Young Lee --
Incident at Imuris / Alberto Rios --
Miles weeping / Michael Waters --
Listening / David Mura --
Post-Larkin Triste / Mary Kerr --
Ascension on Fire Island / Henri Cole --
vacant lot / Gibbons Ruark --
Dying in Massaschusetts / Donald W. Baker --
Sesame / Jack Marshall --
White boot / Michael McClure --
Sun spots / Christopher Buckley --
Seeing you / Jean Valentine --
Mighty forms / Brenda Hillman --
Voigt woman who weeps / Ellen Bryant Voigt --
From the meadow / Peter Everwine --
To a wren on calvary / Larry Levis --
I would call it derangement / Gerald Stern --
My father's body / William Matthews --
Reading with the poets / Stanley Plumly --
Ray / Hayden Carruth --
Note I left for Gerald Stern / William Matthews --
Old Testament / Philip Levine --
In the land of the lotus eaters / Tony Hoagland --
A. M. : the hopeful monster / Alice Fulton --
Coleman Valley Road / Gerald Stern --
Guilt trip / David Lehman --
Suite for Emily / Lynda Hull --
portrait of the self as nation, 1990-1991 / Marilyn Chin --
Lost brilliance / Rita Dove --
Twice removed / Ralph Angel --
Salt / Linda Gregerson --
Song / Brigit Pegeen Kelly --
Something like happiness / Stephen Dunn --
Film noir : train trip out of metropolis / Lynn Emanuel --
deconstruction of Emily Dickinson / Galway Kinnell --
Sadness, an improvisation / Donald Justice --
Anna Liffey / Eavan Boland --
history of paisley / Aga Shahid Ali --
wood near Athens / Thom Gunn --
dog was crying tonight in Wicklow also / Seamus Heaney --
button box / Grace Schulman --
Japan / Billy Collins --
Aliens / Kim Addonizio --
Below Fourteenth Street / Gerald Stern --
No turn on red / Richard Jackson --
Karma lollipop / Albert Saijo --
For the young men who died of AIDS / Julia Vinograd --
What the animals teach us / Chard de Niord --
Black legs / Brigit Pegeen Kelly --
Vous Etes Plus Beaux Que Vous Ne Pensiez / Kenneth Koch --
lectures on love / Edward Hirsch --
book of the dead man #87 / Marvin Bell --
Histories of bodies / Mariko Nagai --
Like God / Lynn Emanuel --
Once a shoot of heaven / Beckian Fritz Goldberg --
cup / Katrina Roberts --
Mitch / Robert Creeley --
Gravitas / Elizabeth Alexander --
Also love you / Reginald Shepherd --
sky blue dress / Cathy Song --
Sand, flies & fish / Mong-Lan --
All the aphrodisiacs / Cathy Hong --
My dead dad / David Kirby --
Biblical also-rans / Charles Harper Webb --
workforce / James Tate --
Penumbra / Betty Adcock --
To grasp the nettle / Eamon Grennan --
Jasper, Texas, 1998 / Lucille Clifton --
Memory / Anthony Hecht --
short history of the shadow / Charles Wright --
Inheritance / Kwame Dawes --
Limen / Natasha Trethewey --
Beetles / Steve Kowit --
Inventory / Eamon Grennan --
Cock Robin / Miranda Field --
church of omnivorous light / Bobcat Wrigley --
Red berries / Jane Hirshfield --
Sonnet / Karen Volkman --
part of the bee's body embedded in the flesh / Carol Frost --
Autochthonic song / Rebecca Seiferle --
Primer of words / David Baker --
dragon / Brigit Pegeen Kelly --
Commerce / Michael Waters --
Is / Bruce Beasley --
Cain's legacy / Richard Jackson --
Adept / Dana Levin --
Wonder : red beans and Ricely / Sydney Lea --
Landscape with hungry gulls / Lance Larsen --
Horseflies / Robert Wrigley --
My brother, Antonio, the baker / Philip Levine --
Can't you hear the wind howl? / Frank X. Gaspar --
Beetle orgy / Benjamin Scott Grossberg --
Rose of Sharon / Brigit Pegeen Kelly --
Best and only / Andrew Feld --
Mediterranean / Rosanna Warren --
Bright world / Carl Phillips --
Elevens / Stanley Plumly --
On the reality of the symbol / Geoffrey Hill.
Responsibility: edited by Joan Murray with the Pushcart Prize poetry editors.
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"From the start of the series in 1976, the editors of The Pushcart Prize have celebrated all sorts of poetry, from the traditional to the experimental, by both known and unknown poets. More than 750 poems have appeared, selected by new poetry editors for most of the twenty-five editions"--

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