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by Prageeta Sharma

  • Author: Prageeta Sharma
  • ISBN: 1934200085
  • ISBN13: 978-1934200087
  • ePub: 1396 kb | FB2: 1642 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Poetry
  • Publisher: Fence Books; First edition. edition (November 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 62
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Infamous Landscapes ePub download

Infamous Landscapes book. Sharma attended Simon’s Rock Poet Prageeta Sharma was born in Framingham, Massachusetts.

Infamous Landscapes book. Her parents emigrated from India in 1969, and Sharma was raised a Hindu. She has acknowledged the influence of her parents’ religion on her poetry: I was taught to honor knowledge and books like a religion and so for me poetry keeps this relationship close, true, active, she told the journal Willow Springs.

Albany, NY: Fence Books, 2007. Prageeta Sharma reads Deliverance. Prageeta Sharma profile and 3 poems at the Academy of American Poets. Albany, NY: Fence Books, 2013. Prageeta Sharma, Poetry Society of America.

Prageeta Sharma is an American poet

Prageeta Sharma is an American poet. Prageeta Sharma he author of the poetry collections Grief Sequence (Wave Books, 2019), Undergloom (Fence Books, 2013), Infamous Landscapes (Fence Books, 2007), The Opening Question (Fence Books, 2004), which won the 2004 Fence Modern Poets Prize, and Bliss to Fill (Subpress, 2000)

Prageeta Sharma - Prageeta Sharma is the author of Undergloom (Fence Books, 2013); Infamous Landscapes .

Prageeta Sharma - Prageeta Sharma is the author of Undergloom (Fence Books, 2013); Infamous Landscapes (Fence Books, 2007); The Opening Question. Sharma received a 2010 Howard Foundation Grant and has taught in the creative writing program at The New School in New York City and in the Individualized BA program at Goddard College in Vermont. Sharma is currently a professor and director of the creative writing program at the University of Montana in Missoula, where she lives.

Prageeta Sharma, "On Immigration" from Infamous Landscapes. From Audio Poem of the DaySeptember 2015. Reprinted by permission of Prageeta Sharma. Source: Infamous Landscapes (Fence Books, 2007). More About this Poem.

Title: Infamous Landscapes Author: Sharma, Prageeta Publisher: Univ Pr of New England Publication Date: 2007/11/30 Number of Pages: 62 Binding Type: PAPERBACK Library of Congress: 2007933972 Infamous Landscapes.

Prageeta Sharma was born in Framingham, Massachusetts in 1972, shortly after her parents .

Prageeta Sharma was born in Framingham, Massachusetts in 1972, shortly after her parents emigrated from India in 1969. She attended Simon’s Rock College of Bard for her undergraduate studies and received an . in poetry from Brown University in 1995 and an . in media studies from The New School in 2002. She is the author of three collections of poetry, Infamous Landscapes (Fence Books, 2007); The Opening Question (Fence Books, 2004), winner of the 2004 Fence Modern Poets Prize; and Bliss to Fill (Subpress Collective, 2000).

Prageeta Sharma was born in Framingham, Massachusetts. Sharma’s honors and awards include a Howard Foundation Grant

Prageeta Sharma was born in Framingham, Massachusetts. Her collections of poetry include Bliss to Fill (2000), The Opening Question (2004), which won the Fence Modern Poets Prize, Infamous Landscapes (2007), and Undergloom (2013). Sharma’s honors and awards include a Howard Foundation Grant. She has taught at the New School and Goddard College and is currently a professor in the MFA program in creative writing at the University of Montana-Missoula, of which she has also served as director. She is the founder and president of the conference/board Thinking Its Presence.

An exploration of the compatibility of human desire with personal ethics is at the heart of INFAMOUS LANDSCAPES. In these poems Sharma turns away from Romanticism with a certain disconcerted, feminine shame, one that finds her peering through a gendered lens. The landscapes are urban and "natural," inasmuch as both inhere in the human psyche as symbol and metaphor.