Miller Williams - Poetry - 1999 - 279 pages
Some Jazz a While, the eagerly anticipated collected poems of one of America's best-loved poets, gathers Miller Williams's most representative work and adds some new pieces as ...
Miller Williams - Poetry - 1997 - 68 pages
The poems in The Ways We Touch, Miller Williams's twelfth volume of poetry, range from reminiscences of old love to meditations on the relationship between God and human beings ...
John Ciardi - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1992 - 52 pages
A collection of limericks about such characters as the Elephant Boy, the fast fiddler from Middletown, and the silly old skinflint named Quince.
Miller Williams - Fiction - 2002 - 167 pages
Seven stories and a novella explore the inner life of young man who grows up in a small southern town and ends up in war-torn Central American country. (Story Collections)
John Ciardi - Poetry - 1989 - 65 pages
Poems consider the past, parenthood, mortality, success, misunderstanding, sleep, love, and travel
John Ciardi - Poetry - 1988 - 35 pages
Poems deal with intimacy, memories, dreams, spring, mortality, jealousy, and shared lives
John Ciardi - Poetry - 1989 - 141 pages
Essays reveal the author's thoughts on the painstaking craftmanship involved in the art of writing poetry.