Range of the Possible: Conversations with Contemporary Poets
Eastern Washington University Press, Jan 1, 2002 - Literary Criticism - 373 pages
These penetrating conversations with poets explore not only the landscape of contemporary poetry but the aesthetic, political, and spiritual textures of America and the world as expressed in language. Among the twenty participating poets are Robert Hass, Linda Bierds, Ed Hirsch, Dorianne Laux, Yusef Komunyakaa, Gillian Conoley, Li-Young Lee, Lucia Perillo, Robert Wrigley, Dave Smth, and David St. John.
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Starting with the assumption that "the work of the poets born mid-century announce a diasporic rather than lineal legacy," Marshall (Gonzaga Univ.) compiled these interviews with a selection of U.S ... Read full review