The Drifting Away e-book
by Leon Stokesbury
Poems deal with accidents, common knowledge, art, death, luck, violence, silence, and modern life in America.
Select Format: Hardcover. Poems deal with accidents, common knowledge, art, death, luck, violence, silence, and modern life in America. ISBN13:9780938626510. Release Date:February 1986.
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Leon Stokesbury (1945 Oklahoma City) is an American poet. He graduated from the University of Arkansas with an MFA, and earned his P. at Florida State University. He taught creative writing at Georgia State University. 1999 National Endowment for. 1999 National Endowment for the Arts Grant. 1990 Robert Frost Fellowship in Poetry from the Breadloaf Writers Conference. 1992 Distinguished Georgia Poet of the Year Award. Unsent Letter to My Brother in His Pain", Good Times Santa Cruz.
Author of The Made Thing, Articles of War, A Southern Omnibus, The drifting away, Articles of war, The made thing, The Made thing, Often in different landscapes.
Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press. YouTube Encyclopedic. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press.
You Are Here" by Leon Stokesbury combines new poems and previously .
You Are Here" by Leon Stokesbury combines new poems and previously published poems to provide insight, emotion, and even humor. It’s unusual to find myself laughing out loud while reading a book of poetry, but that’s what I did with You Are Here: Poems New & Old by Leon Stokesbury. Stokesbury doesn’t write comic poetry, but he manifests a sense of mischief and a willingness to poke fun at even some of the most serious of poems and poets, like Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Higgledy-piggledy Alfred, Lord Tennyson Lost his pal Hallam to Fever and flu. One-hundred thirty-one Ultramemorial Verses, and man, I still Can’t bury you.
Leon Stokesbury, ed. (1990). University of Arkansas Press 1991. Leon Stokesbury, ed. Articles of war: a collection of American poetry about World War II. University of Arkansas Press. Naomi Long Madgett is an African-American poet, born Naomi Cornelia Long in Norfolk, Virginia.