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New Poetry

New Poetry

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Published by Penguin in Harmondsworth .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAn Anthology Selected And Introduced By A. Alvarez..
ContributionsAlvarez, A.
The Physical Object
Pagination245p. ;
Number of Pages245
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20872028M

I don't know if anyone will read it, I don't know if it will mean anything to anyone, but personally, it's really scary. Genres: Poetry, short stories, experimental fiction, literary criticism including companions, studies and histories by women authors. I particularly like the little annotated notes that accompany some of the poems inviting the reader to skip back or forward through the book to discover another poem connected to the myth or monster they have just read about. How to submit: Futurepoem has an open reading period in December of each year.

The poems are brilliant formal solutions to these sometimes disorienting dispersals. Red Hen Press is an independent, non-profit press that publishes about twenty books of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry every year. Black Mountain Press : "Black Mountain Press is a literary press for outstanding emerging writers publishing several different genres of books annually. Salt Water is your reminder everything is going to be okay. These poems will help you reach redemption, teach you true empowerment, and inspire you to make changes in your life that will lead to the best possible version of your own story.

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Poetry Prizes The New Issues Poetry Prize, an award for a first book of poems, is chosen by a guest judge.

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