To sing along the way: Minnesota women poets from pre-Territorial days to the present
The first historical and contemporary anthology of Minnesota women poets, this anthology is edited by three prize-winning poets. Poems included range from the earliest poetry in Minnesota-oral song-poems of Ojibwe women-through the sounds and rhythms of early-twentieth-century formalism and contemporary free verse. Arranged chronologically, these disparate poems are connected by the common thread of universal themes and reflect Minnesota's diversity of women's voices. Among the more than one hundred contributors are Harriet Bishop, Candace Black, Frances Densmore, Elaine Goodale Eastman, Mary Eastman, Louise Erdrich, Diane Glancy, and Patricia Hampl. Contributors' biographies and suggestions for further reading are included.
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Review: To Sing Along the Way: Minnesota Women Poets from Pre-Territorial Days to the PresentUser Review - Goodreads
A retrospective of "women poets from pre-territorial days to the present". I was amazed the authors were able to find this many examples of Minnesota women poets --that were published. Their ...
Review: To Sing Along the Way: Minnesota Women Poets from Pre-Territorial Days to the PresentUser Review - Barbara Irene Carter - Goodreads
This is a charming collection of poetry by such Minnesota women writers as Carol Ryrie Brink, Meridel LeSueur, Harriet Bishop and many other notable writers. This book is arranged with an alphabetical ... Read full review