turner cassity

Able Muse Pushcart Prize 2010 Nominations

I'm pleased to announce that the following four poems,  one story, and one essay have been nominated for Pushcart Prize 2010 by Able Muse.

Poetry:

Able Muse's Best of the Net nominations, 2010

I'm pleased to announce that the following six poems and two stories nominated for Best of the Net, 2010 by Able Muse.

Poetry:

Selected Poems Of Yvor Winters

Yvor Winters (1900-1968) was a friend, colleague, and teacher to poets of several generations from Hart Crane and Allen Tate to J. V. Cunningham, Turner Cassity, and Edgar Bowers to Robert Hass, Philip Levine, and Robert Pinsky. This retrospective of one hundred poems, edited by the poet and publisher R. L. Barth, is compiled from Winters's published and unpublished work and features an introductory overview of his life and career by Helen Pinkerton Trimpi, a former student of Winters's and a distinguished scholar of American literature.

cover of Selected Poems Of Yvor Wintersauthor: Yvor Winters
ASIN or ISBN-10: 0804010137
binding: Paperback
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Helen Pinkerton Trimpi

Helen Pinkerton Trimpi (born in 1927 in Butte, Montana) ) is a poet, essayist, and scholar of American literature and history. She has taught at Stanford, College of Notre Dame, University of Alberta and Michigan State University. She has published five volumes of poetry, including her selected poems, Taken In Faith, in 2001. Her critical essays include studies of Edgar Bowers, Yvor Winters, Janet Lewis, John Finley, and Catherine Davis. In American studies, she published Melville's Confidence Men and American Politics In the 1850s, in 1987.

Calypso

Suzanne Doyle, in her first volume of poems in more than a decade, grapples with despair and loss, with a fierce formality whose only antecedents may be Baudelaire and Cunningham. Lucid and rich with meaning, these poems will leave you knowing you have been somewhere.

cover of Calypsoauthor: Suzanne J. Doyle
ASIN or ISBN-10: 0974114316
binding: Paperback
list price: $8.50 USD
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Suzanne J. Doyle

Suzanne J. Doyle was born in St. Charles, Missouri in 1953. She graduated in 1975 with honors in English from the University of California at Santa Barbara, where she studied under the poet Edgar Bowers. Accepted in Stanford University’s Creative Writing Program, she received her MA in 1978. She has published the following slim volumes of verse: Sweeter for the Dark (1982), Domestic Passions (1984), Dangerous Beauties (1990), and Calypso (2003).

Visitors to San Simeon

Visitors to San Simeon

                          1932

 

1. Anne Morrow Lindbergh

The Rimer Unrhymed

The Rimer Unrhymed

Mej. Zelle

Mej. Zelle

In youth I was your basic overweight Dutch frump,
As at the end I was. Between, the quantum jump

To Mata Hari, ethnic artist dancing nude
Before Crowned Heads, if not the Asian multitude

That would know bump-and-grinding when they saw it. Spy?
Well, maybe. Such few secrets as I could supply

I hardly understood. But faced with firing squad
I was as firm as Nurse Cavell. A simple nod

That signals one is ready; and the blindfold off,
To serve as scarf, inhibit any final cough.

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