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|Title||:||Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude|
|Publisher||:||University of Pittsburgh Press|
|Number of Pages||:||102|
|Category||:||Poetry, Spirituality, Non fiction|
PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude i Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude i is a sustained meditation on that which goes away loved ones the seasons the earth as we know it that tries to find solace in the processes of the garden and the orchard That is this is a book that studies the wisdom of the garden and orchard those places where all death sorrow loss is converted into what might with patience nourish us .
b Winner National Book Critics Circle Award poetry category Winner Kingsley Tufts Poetry Prize b b Finalist National Book Award poetry category Finalist NAACP Image Awards poetry category b .
i Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude i is a sustained meditation on that which goes away loved ones the seasons the earth as we know it that tries to find solace in the processes of the garden and the orchard That is this is a book that studies the wisdom of the garden and orchard those places where all death sorrow loss is converted into what might with patience nourish us br br b Winner National Book Critics Circle Award poetry category br Winner Kingsley Tufts Poetry Prize b br b Finalist National Book Award poetry category br Finalist NAACP Image Awards poetry category b br br
i Bringing the Shovel Down i is a re imagination of the violent mythologies of state and power
An exploration of the various ways language can help us transcend both the banal and unusual cruelties which are inevitably delivered to us and which we equally deliver unto others These poems comb through violence and love fear and loss exploring the common denominators in each Against Which seeks the ways human beings might transform themselves from participants in a thoughtless and brutal world to laborers in a loving one
Using the Jordan River in Bloomington Indiana as a spine guide River forms a small map of local personal amp collective historical erasure Ross Gay amp Richard Wehrenberg Jr s stories of the rivers from their lives create interstices of illumination in the space somewhere between remembering and forgetting Featuring hand drawn maps amp a deconstructive history of the Jordan River amp early president of Indiana University David Starr Jordan for whom the river is named this brief multifaceted collection pulsates with the question how do we begin to remember what was effaced and digs at the tradition of curated forgetting in the capital genuflecting epoch in which we are currently embedded
The Spring issue of Ploughshares Ploughshares is an award winning journal of new writing Two out of each year s three issues are guest edited by prominent writers who explore different personal visions aesthetics and literary circles with the Winter issue staff edited br Acclaimed poets Tom Sleigh and Alan Shapiro guest edit this poetry and prose issue of Ploughshares In a heartfelt introduction the two dedicate the issue to Mark Strand Philip Levine C K Williams and Seamus Heaney writing We wanted to bring them back if only in these pages Featuring work from the aforementioned poets alongside their students peers and also variety of emerging voices the stories and poems in these pages reassure us that great writers and teachers never really leave us br Read new poetry from Sharon Olds Mary Karr and Robert Pinksy and new prose from Katherine Damm Taylor Koekkek and Soraya Palmer The Spring issue also includes a Look essay on the fiction of Joshua Cohen and a profile of our Alice Hoffman winner Ramona Asubel The cover art is by Mark Strand
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In this new collection of poems i Weary Kingdom i DeLana R A Dameron maps a journey across emotional spiritual and geographic lines from the familiarity of the honeysuckle South to a new world or a new kingdom Harlem Her poems traverse the streets of this Black mecca with a careful eye cast toward the intimacies of the exterior Still as the poems move throughout the built environment they navigate matters of death love love loss and family against the backdrop of a city that has yet to become home Indeed what looms over this weary kingdom is a longing for the certainties of a lover s touch the summer s sun and the comforts of a promised land up North And as the poet longs so do readers Ultimately they grow aware of Utopia s fragility
Inaugural issue of Magic Jar a literary magazine of poetry and fiction br br Poetry by Lillian Wright Nate Logan Ross Gay Patrick Kindig Catherine Walker Spencer Bowman Nina Stevens Paul Dodd Josh Hoffer Katherine Menjivar Corinne Levy Emily Corwin Deb Alix Paul Dodd and Caleb Jordan br br Fiction by Celia Daniels Dorothy Nguyen Kerry Black and Corinne Levy