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Author:
Connie Voisine
ISBN13:
978-0822957379
ISBN:
082295737X
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Publisher:
University of Pittsburgh Press; 1 edition (January 18, 2001)
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Poetry
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Cathedral Of The North book. Cathedral Of The North (Pitt Poetry Series). 082295737X (ISBN13: 9780822957379).

Cathedral Of The North book.

Cole Swensen's books include Goest, Try, which won the New American Poetry Series Award, and Ours, which .

Cole Swensen's books include Goest, Try, which won the New American Poetry Series Award, and Ours, which is a 2008 Los Angeles Times Book Prize finalist in Poetry. Her work as a poet and a translator has appeared in many journals and anthologies. Connie Voisine is the director of an arts outreach organization and the author of Cathedral of the North, which received the Associated Writing Programs poetry award

Poet Connie Voisine grew up in Maine and earned a BA in American studies from Yale University.

Poet Connie Voisine grew up in Maine and earned a BA in American studies from Yale University. Her first collection, Cathedral of the North (2001), won the Association of Writers & Writing Programs Award Series in Poetry, and her second, Rare High Meadow of Which I Might Dream (2008), was a Los Angeles Times Book Award finalist. Deploying a kind of lyric narrative, Voisine’s poems frequently feature speakers as they encounter contemporary culture in a variety of locations-including the American Southwest and Mexico.

The Pitt Poetry Series, published by the University of Pittsburgh Press in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, is one of the largest and best known lists of contemporary American poetry.

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Последние твиты от Pitt Poetry Series (Poetry). University of Pittsburgh Press is excited to announce norBoudreau as the 2019 winner of the Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize for her collection Earnest, Earnest?. Since its inception in 1967, the Pitt Poetry Series has been a vehicle for America’s finest contemporary poets.

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Catherdral of the North Poems by Connie Voisine, Signed with a dedication, Pitt Poetry Series published in 2001 by University of Pittsburg Press, Pittsburgh, Pa. Categories include: History, Philosophy, Art, Photography, Fiction and Literature, Architecture, Archaeology, West and Southwest, Outdoors and Nature, Birds and Animals, Poetry, Science, Horses and Equitation, and many more.

Set against a fantastic backdrop of religious imagery, myth and dreams, science fiction, and the stark realities of a northern factory town, Voisine's poems carefully detail the life of a common hero and his family. ISBN13:9780822957379. Release Date:January 2001.

Set against a fantastic backdrop of religious imagery, myth and dreams, science fiction, and the stark realities of a northern factory town, Voisine's poems carefully detail the life of a common hero and his family.
  • I have had the pleasure of studying under Connie Voisine and have found her to be, both in her work and in her life, one of the most insightful people I have ever met. Her poetry grabs the reader with strong images, varied techniques, and a voice that sets her above most poets today. She hasn't received nearly enough credit for such an amazing piece of work. Her art is transcendant and powerful while maintaining a voice that the reader can grab hold of and understand. Whether you're an avid poetry reader or just beginning to start a collection of works, I would highly recommend this book.

  • Cathedral of the North is a stunning book. The imagery is haunting, and the language is precise. I turn to it often. Everyone who cares about poetry should read it.

  • Voisine has created a moving sequence of poems that draw the reader into her story of family, history and home. Her vivid imagery turned what is the recounting of stories and histories into an experience of the pain and hardship associated with growing up poor in rural America. She brings understanding to the fine line between pride and shame and leaves her readers stuttering with one woman's sense of home. A must read.