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Author:
Daniel Mark Epstein
ISBN13:
978-0807134108
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0807134104
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Publisher:
LSU Press (March 1, 2009)
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The poems in Daniel Mark Epstein's eighth poetry collection range from the kind of solid and accomplished works for which he is known to astonishing pieces that ar. .The poems in Daniel Mark Epstein's eighth poetry collection range from the kind of solid and accomplished works for which he is known to astonishing pieces that are near-spiritual encounters. Always an assured poet, Epstein employs inventive rhythms to remarkable effect in these new poems, and it often seems as if the reader is not so much reading the poems as remembering them.

The Glass House: New Poems. Daniel Mark Epstein explores completely each emotion but not before taking the time to welcome you in like the great Southern Writers of the 20th century. His poems are about the fully lived

The Glass House: New Poems. His poems are about the fully lived. They are like finding your keys in the dark or adjusting to cold weather. We are differently abled when we read these poems. We use parts of our brains we haven't used for a while. The book's plan is a life in four movements. Each movement has its own themes and stories that fire the imagination. And I love these four movements.

The Glass House : New Poems. One of America's most versatile writers, Daniel Mark Epstein is a poet, biographer, and dramatist whose work has been widely published and performed. By (author) Daniel Mark Epstein. The Glass House is an amazing book - wonderful in its evocations of nature, encouraging sometimes, often elegiac and even heartbreaking. Format Paperback 78 pages. His writing has appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, The New Yorker, The New Republic, and many other magazines and anthologies.

Daniel Mark Epstein (born October 25, 1948) is an American poet, dramatist, and biographer. The Glass House: New Poems, LSU Press, 2009. His poetry has been noted for its erotic and spiritual lyricism, as well as its power-in several dramatic monologues-in capturing crucial moments of American history. The success of this first book, a second book of poems titled The Follies, and his verse drama Jenny and the Phoenix, produced at the Baltimore Theatre Project in 1977, drew the attention of the American Academy of Arts and Letters  .

Daniel Mark Epstein is the author of more than a dozen books of poetry, biography, and history, including the poetry collections The Glass House (2009), The Traveler's Calendar (2002), and The Boy In The Well and Other Poems (1995)

Daniel Mark Epstein is the author of more than a dozen books of poetry, biography, and history, including the poetry collections The Glass House (2009), The Traveler's Calendar (2002), and The Boy In The Well and Other Poems (1995). His awards include the Rome Prize, fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Guggenheim Foundation, and an Academy Award for Lifetime Achievement from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Epstein wrote the libretto for Jefferson and Poe, with composer Damon Ferrante.

Poem Hunter all poems of by Daniel Mark Epstein poems. Best Poem of Daniel Mark Epstein. I watched the miles, I saw my life go by, A drumbeat of bare trees and frozen ponds, Forlorn stations, ruined factories. I must have dozed, my head against the glass

Poem Hunter all poems of by Daniel Mark Epstein poems. 5 poems of Daniel Mark Epstein. I must have dozed, my head against the glass. Women I dreamed I would have died for once Mourned me in a dream.

From The Glass House by Daniel Mark Epstein. Daniel Mark Epstein was born on October 25, 1948, in Washington, . and studied at Kenyon College. Receive a new poem in your inbox daily. Used by permission of Louisiana State University Press. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.

The poems in Daniel Mark Epstein's eighth poetry collection range from the kind of solid and accomplished works for which he is known to astonishing pieces that are near-spiritual encounters. Always an assured poet, Epstein employs inventive rhythms to remarkable effect in these new poems, and it often seems as if the reader is not so much reading the poems as remembering them. And with the discovery each poem brings, there is a "shock of recognition," as though these elusive yet essential ideas have been present all along. The Glass House is an amazing book -- wonderful in its evocations of nature, encouraging sometimes, often elegiac and even heartbreaking.