Carolyn Kizer: Perspectives on Her Life and Work
Annie Finch, Johanna Keller, Candace McClelland, Carolyn Kizer
CavanKerry Press, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 232 pages
Critical essays about the poet and her work, interviews with Kizer, and poems written in her honor. Kizer’s gifts are acknowledged in this book: her humor, her mythological scope, political awareness, satirical wit, feminism, craft, lyricism, her role in shaping literary institutions and her charisma. Carolyn Kizer is a celebration of the poetry itself, of the enduring work that places Kizer in the pantheon of living American poets.
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