Free Radicals: American Poets Before Their First Books

Free Radicals American Poets Before Their First Books Poetry This anthology of not yet household names edited by Jordan Davis and Sarah Manguso features work by Max Winter Michael Savitz Jeni Olin Amy Lingafelter Tanya Larkin Jennifer Knox Cole H

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  • Title: Free Radicals: American Poets Before Their First Books
  • Author: Jordan Davis
  • ISBN: 9781930068230
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry This anthology of not yet household names, edited by Jordan Davis and Sarah Manguso, features work by Max Winter, Michael Savitz, Jeni Olin, Amy Lingafelter, Tanya Larkin, Jennifer Knox, Cole Heinowitz, Tim Griffin, Johannes Goransson, Greta Goetz, Alan Gilbert, Tonya Foster, Katie Degentesh, Del Ray Cross, Chris O Cook, Carson Cistulli, Jim Behrle, and B.J AtwooPoetry This anthology of not yet household names, edited by Jordan Davis and Sarah Manguso, features work by Max Winter, Michael Savitz, Jeni Olin, Amy Lingafelter, Tanya Larkin, Jennifer Knox, Cole Heinowitz, Tim Griffin, Johannes Goransson, Greta Goetz, Alan Gilbert, Tonya Foster, Katie Degentesh, Del Ray Cross, Chris O Cook, Carson Cistulli, Jim Behrle, and B.J Atwood Fukuda What excites me about these poets is that, beside their talent, they are all blessed with the terrible freedom of not yet having published books I take special joy in reading work by these poets who, while already setting their new stars into the poetical firmament, are not mired in the stability enforcing, niche assigning public consciousness Sarah Manguso.

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