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Fragments in Us (Wisconsin Poetry Series) ebook

by Dennis Trudell


Fragments in Us : Recent and Earlier Poems. Felix Pollak Prize in Poetry.

Fragments in Us : Recent and Earlier Poems. By (author) Dennis Trudell. Free delivery worldwide. In this collection of poems spanning thirty years of work, Dennis Trudell writes about the dense humanity of cities; about Chicago, basketball, an inner-city fire; about Vietnam and Central America; about sons and parents. Above all, he writes about the humility and humanity we gain from recognizing our ties to all our fellow sojourners on this earth, noticing that strangers and neighbors are often brave and resilient and lovely beyond reason.

Fragments in Us book. Published September 15th 1996 by University of Wisconsin Press (first published September 1st 1996). In this collection of poems spanning thirty years of work, Dennis Trudell.

Wisconsin Poetry Series. This series includes: The Brittingham Prize in Poetry The Felix Pollak Prize in Poetry The Four Lakes Prize in Poetry. Currently, the University of Wisconsin Press seeks to publish a minimum of five poetry titles each year as part of the Wisconsin Poetry Series. Works are chosen for publication following an open reading period (submissions are accepted between July 15 and September 15) for the poetry prizes awarded by the Press. The Brittingham and Felix Pollak Prizes in Poetry are awarded annually.

We are so happy she is leading the way for poetry and poets, and all the citizens of Wisconsin, at this time in. .HYBRID poets Kimberly Blaeser, Matt Rogge, Margaret Rozga, William Stobb, and Angela Trudell Vasquez. An appreciative community of readers and responders.

We are so happy she is leading the way for poetry and poets, and all the citizens of Wisconsin, at this time in history. Kim is a HYBRID poet, and the article begins with a scene at Woodland Pattern in Milwaukee on the day of our HYBRID reading last November. Thank you Woodland Pattern, Michael Wendt in particular!

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What we do. Every page goes through several hundred of perfecting techniques; in live mode. The National Poetry Series is an American literary awards program. Manuscripts are solicited through an annual open competition, judged and chosen by poets of national stature, and issued by various publishers.

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In this collection of poems spanning thirty years of work, Dennis Trudell writes about the dense humanity of cities; about Chicago, basketball, an inner-city fire; about Vietnam and Central America; about sons and parents. Above all, he writes about the humility and humanity we gain from recognizing our ties to all our fellow sojourners on this earth, noticing that strangers and neighbors are often brave and resilient and lovely beyond reason. Inspired by such writers as Nelson Algren and Pablo Neruda, Trudell sees reason for hope and humor in a radical stance toward grim realities of the world.
Fragments in Us (Wisconsin Poetry Series) ebook
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Dennis Trudell
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