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Glory River: Poems (Southern Messenger Poets) ePub download

by David Huddle

  • Author: David Huddle
  • ISBN: 080713306X
  • ISBN13: 978-0807133064
  • ePub: 1962 kb | FB2: 1437 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Poetry
  • Publisher: LSU Press (April 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 72
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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Glory River: Poems (Southern Messenger Poets) ePub download

The collection presents a sequence of exceptional tales about an imaginary hamlet in the mountains of Virginia where residents are rough.

Huddle opens with a sequence of exceptional tales about an imaginary hamlet in the mountains of Virginia.

In his compelling new collection, David Huddle writes, We think, we stand in the vivid color of here and now . David Huddle has published four previous poetry volumes, most recently Summer Lake: New and Selected Poems

In his compelling new collection, David Huddle writes, We think, we stand in the vivid color of here and now, and view the past as drab black and white. David Huddle has published four previous poetry volumes, most recently Summer Lake: New and Selected Poems. Originally from Virginia, he served as an enlisted man in the . Army in Germany and Vietnam and has taught at the University of Vermont since 1971 and at the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference since 1985. Series: Southern Messenger Poets.

In Glory River, David Huddle's poems pit precise observation . Glory River: Poems (Southern Messenger Poets). 0807133078 (ISBN13: 9780807133071).

In Glory River, David Huddle's poems pit precise observation, extravagan.

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Undaunted, Huddle gives us in Grayscale not false hopes about our lives but a range of ways to transcend their limits.

David Ross Huddle (born July 11, 1942) is an American writer and professor. His poems, essays, and short stories have appeared in The New Yorker, Esquire, Harper's Magazine, The New York Times Magazine, Story, The Autumn House Anthology of Poetry, and The Best American Short Stories

Ashley Mace Havird, Poet Laureate of Caddo Parish, is the . Caddo Parish Poet Laureate Ashley Mace Havird hosted "Love Poems to Planet Earth," an open mike poetry reading, at Centenary's Meadows.

Ashley Mace Havird, Poet Laureate of Caddo Parish, is the author of LIGHTNINGSTRUCK (a novel) and THE GARDEN OF TH. .David Havird and I will be reading poems and signing books on April 4, 3 PM at the Waccamaw Branch Library in Pawley's Island.

River Inside the River: Three Lyric Sequences by Gregory Orr. These are poems that will sustain, console, and give hope, from a poet at the height of. These are poems that will sustain, console, and give hope, from a poet at the height of his powers. Howard Hodgkin, Fisherman's Cove on ArtStack.

In a new century in which the values of the past are dissolving and those of the future are frightening, the poems of GLORY RIVER pit precise observation, extravagant language, and humor against despair in an attempt to find a way to live. Huddle opens with a sequence of exceptional tales about an imaginary hamlet in the mountains of Virginia. The residents of Glory River are rough, crude, and full of fight, but eager to tell their stories, to explain how / in that place they had become the people / they were. Huddle also includes a series of poems exploring modern life, touching upon subjects as diverse as memory, family, art, politics, and pain. Accessible and often humorous, the poems in GLORY RIVER range from the strange and extraordinary happenings in the fantastical Virginia town to the painful, hopeful, and no less magical situations that can occur in real lives.