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Author:
Pamela L. Shelton
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978-1558623569
ISBN:
1558623566
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St. James Press; 1 edition (October 20, 1997)
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Contemporary Italian Women Poets introduces English-reading audiences to the diversity of contemporary women's poetry in Italy during the past five decades. It includes twenty-five authors whose work has been published since World War II: poets from different generations and regions.

For up-to-date and comprehensive biographical and bibliographic information on the leading women at the forefront of today's poetry, consult this new reference from St. James Press.

Great Women Mystery Writers: classic to contemporary. Shelton, Pamela . ed. Contemporary women poets. St. James Press, 1998. ISBN 978-1-55862-356-9. Greenwood Press, 1994. Contemporary Lesbian Writers of the United States: a bio-bibliographical critical sourcebook. Greenwood Press, 1993. Rutgers University Press, 1998. 250 entries, each including a biography, listing of works, personal statement by the poet, and a critical essay. Showalter, Elaine, et a. eds.

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graphical/critical entries on nearly 250 of the most prominent women poets currently writing and/or . Includes bibliographical references and indexes. 1957-.

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For up-to-date and comprehensive biographical and bibliographic information on the leading women at the forefront of today's poetry, consult this reference from St. James Press. Contemporary Women Poets features 250 of the most prominent women poets whose works are available in English -- 100 of whom are new to St. James' Contemporary Writers Series. Here's a representative sampling of the poets you and your patrons will discover: Jayne Cortez Lorna Dee Cervantes Rosemary Tonks Janice Mirikitani Anne Hebert And many others

Finding the information you need is simple with Contemporary Women Poets, since every entry is organized consistently into four distinctive sections: Biographical data that includes the entrant's nationality, date and place of birth, education, career, awards, agent and address Bibliography that lists the title, publisher and publication date of the entrant's separately published works, as well as a list of secondary sources Personal statement by the entrant (when available) Critical essay on the entrant's poetry written by an academic authority

Nationality and title indexes are also provided, making the search for a particular woman poet or poem quick and easy.