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The Other Lover (Phoenix Poets) ePub download

by Bruce Smith

  • Author: Bruce Smith
  • ISBN: 0226764079
  • ISBN13: 978-0226764078
  • ePub: 1678 kb | FB2: 1364 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Poetry
  • Publisher: University of Chicago Press; 1 edition (April 3, 2000)
  • Pages: 98
  • Rating: 4.5/5
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The Other Lover (Phoenix Poets) ePub download

Bruce Smith is a poet I always read with awe and hunger.

Bruce Smith is a poet I always read with awe and hunger. This amazing new book overwhelms me in the best possible ways. Terrance Hayes, author of Lighthead, winner of the National Book Award). Bruce Smith is professor of English and creative writing at Syracuse University and the author of four books of poems. His book The Other Lover, also published by the University of Chicago Press, was a finalist for both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award.

Each poet was interviewed and filmed reading in a setting that was in. .My own personal highlight was Simon Armitage’s reading of ‘To His Lost Lover’, below. Now they are no longer any trouble to each other.

Each poet was interviewed and filmed reading in a setting that was in keeping with their work. During the reading of each poem there were no cutaways or special effects. I had been an admirer of Armitage’s work for some time, but this was the moment I really got him, in the way people speak about finally getting jazz or the blues when they least expect it, as it were without trying, out of the blue, because of one performance. he can turn things over, get down to that list of things that never happened, all of the lost. unfinishable business.

The Other Lover book. The Other Lover is a collection of bittersweet American love poems. Writing with jazz-like verbal panache, Bruce Smith reaches for the paradoxical pulls between sweetness and bitterness. With carefully crafted rhyming stanzas and unpredictable free verse rhythms, these poems bristle and pop like the riffs of a virtuoso horn player. The book is a personal, passionate, The Other Lover is a collection of bittersweet American love poems.

Bruce Smith (born 1946) is an American poet. Smith was born and raised in Philadelphia. He has since taught at the University of Alabama, and now teaches at Syracuse University. Discovery /The Nation Award winner. 2000 Guggenheim Fellowship. National Endowment for the Arts grant. Massachusetts Foundation for the Arts grant. 1984 National Poetry Series Selection, for Silver and Information.

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Originally from Philadelphia, Bruce Smith is the author of several books of poems, including Spill (2018), Devotions (2011), Songs for Two Voices (2005), and The Other Lover (2000), a finalist for both the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize.

The Other Lover is a collection of bittersweet American love poems. University of Chicago Press. The book is a personal, passionate, disturbing collection that places the reader both inside and outside of the poet's life.

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National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize finalist for The Other Lover.

Bruce Smith at 2012 Lannan Series, Georgetown University. Bruce Smith (born 1946) is an American poet. YouTube Encyclopedic. National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize finalist for The Other Lover. National Book Award finalist for Devotions. 2012 William Carlos Williams Award presented by the Poetry Society of America.

The Other Lover is a collection of bittersweet American love poems. Writing with jazz-like verbal panache, Bruce Smith reaches for the paradoxical pulls between sweetness and bitterness. With carefully crafted rhyming stanzas and unpredictable free verse rhythms, these poems bristle and pop like the riffs of a virtuoso horn player. The book is a personal, passionate, disturbing collection that places the reader both inside and outside of the poet's life. Deftly filtering personal experiences through improvisatory structures and a wide range of idioms, Smith communicates the want, the lack, the desire for what is missing, the sweetness of absence and pain. The pleasure of The Other Lover is in the imagination's dance in the erotic spaces between the poet and the reader.