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New Voices : Contemporary Poetry from the United States

New Voices : Contemporary Poetry from the United States

Edited by H. L. Hix

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The first major anthology of contemporary American poetry ever to be published in Ireland, NEW VOICES brings together thirty distinguished younger poets (born between 1966 and 1982) in a selection of work characterized by an unusual range and depth of thematic concerns, stylistic procedures and authorial identities.

Whether Quan Barry and Dan Chiasson writing of nothingness in the continental key, or reflections by Katrina Vandenberg and Ben Lerner on art and language, or Morri Creech's and Honorée Fanonne Jeffers' meditations on the American past, this landmark volume offers an unique and youthful window on "the ample and important field of contemporary American poetry" (H.L. Hix, from the Introduction).

This publication is part of an international literary exchange between the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and the National Endowment for the Arts in the United States.

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Author Edited by H. L. Hix
Publisher Irish Pages
Publication date 21 Nov 2008
Format Paperback
ISBN/EAN 9780954425791

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