Curve Away from Stillness: Science Poems

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New Directions Publishing, 1989 - Poetry - 83 pages
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In this book, Jon Allman affirms the connections between poetry and science. They are, he says, as 'old as the once between poetry and cosmology, beauty and knowledge, pleasure and speculation.' In reading this collection of 'Science Poems, ' we are reminded of a philosophical tradition in literature, that, with Lucretius, sees in the power of love the binding force of the universe.

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John Allman taught at Cazenovia College in Central New York State and, for 26 years, at Rockland Community College of the State University of New York. He is retired and lives in Katonah, New York, with his wife, Eileen Allman, also a writer. His awards include the Helen Bulls Prize from Poetry Northwest and a Pushcart Poetry Prize; he was twice awarded National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowships in Poetry. He is the author of many collections of poetry and is also the author of a collection of fiction.

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