Otherhood: Poems

  • Title: Otherhood: Poems
  • Author: Reginald Shepherd
  • ISBN: 9780822957973
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Paperback
  • Otherhood Poems Written in the spaces between otherness and brotherhood Otherhood combines traditional lyricism with experimentalism passionate engagement with cold eyed investigation and personal details with a d
    Written in the spaces between otherness and brotherhood, Otherhood combines traditional lyricism with experimentalism, passionate engagement with cold eyed investigation, and personal details with a depersonalized distance to create a new poetic synthesis.

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    About Reginald Shepherd


    1. Reginald Shepherd was the editor of The Iowa Anthology of New American Poetries University of Iowa Press, 2004 and of Lyric Postmodernisms Counterpath Press, 2008 He is the author of Fata Morgana 2007 , winner of the Silver Medal of the 2007 Florida Book Awards, Otherhood 2003 , a finalist for the 2004 Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize, Wrong 1999 , Angel, Interrupted 1996 , and Some Are Drowning 1994 , winner of the 1993 Associated Writing Programs Award in Poetry all University of Pittsburgh Press Shepherd s work has appeared in four editions of The Best American Poetry and two Pushcart Prize anthologies, as well as in such journals as American Poetry Review, Conjunctions, The Kenyon Review, The Nation, The New York Times Book Review, Ploughshares, Poetry, and The Yale Review It has also been widely anthologized He is also the author of Orpheus in the Bronx Essays on Identity, Politics, and the Freedom of Poetry Poets on Poetry Series, University of Michigan Press Shepherd has received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Illinois Arts Council, the Florida Arts Council, and the Guggenheim Foundation, among other awards and honors.


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    1. This is one of the most difficult books I've read. Most of the time the wording just escaped my hyper-educated mind. I studied the Classics, but still. I will read it again some day, but not for years.

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