Under 35: the new generation of American poets

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Anchor Book, 1989 - Literary Criticism - 240 pages
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Working in conjunction with topnotch poets, editors, agents, and writing programs, Christopher has gathered together a diverse group of young talent representative of the finest poets currently writing in this country.

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Under 35: the new generation of American poets

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One might glean from this anthology that to be an American poet under 35 means holding an advanced degree in creative writing; receiving state or national grants; and having at least one volume ... Read full review

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Pretty good book. Some poets were really fun or interesting to read and some were not so much. It was worth the read to find some new voices. Read full review

Contents

CYNTHIA ZARIN
4
BRUCE BEASLEY
11
APRIL BERNARD
18
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About the author (1989)

Nicholas Christopher is the author of two previous novels, "The Soloist" and "Veronica, " seven books of poetry, and a nonfiction book, "Somewhere in the Night: Film Noir and the American City." He lives in New York City.

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