The Best American Poetry 2005: Series Editor David Lehman

David Lehman, Paul Muldoon
Simon and Schuster, 01.11.2007 - 224 Seiten
This eagerly awaited volume in the celebrated Best American Poetry series reflects the latest developments and represents the last word in poetry today. Paul Muldoon, the distinguished poet and international literary eminence, has selected -- from a pool of several thousand published candidates -- the top seventy-five poems of the year. "The all-consuming interests of American poetry are the all-consuming interests of poetry all over," writes Muldoon in his incisive introduction to the volume.
The Best American Poetry 2005 features a superb company of artists ranging from established masters of the craft, such as John Ashbery, Adrienne Rich, and Charles Wright, to rising stars like Kay Ryan, Tony Hoagland, and Beth Ann Fennelly.
With insightful comments from the poets elucidating their work, and series editor David Lehman's perspicacious foreword addressing the state of the art, The Best American Poetry 2005 is indispensable for every poetry enthusiast.

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Arielle Greenberg The Turn of the Screw
Stackey Harwood Contributors Notes
Jennifer Michael Hecht The Propagation of the Species
Ruth Herschberger Remorse After a Panic Attack in
Donald Justice A Chapter in the Life of Mr Kehoe Fisherman
Rachel Loden In the Graveyard of Fallen Monuments
I Love You Who Are You?
Seven Scenarios
Christine Scanlon The Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Julie Sheehan Hate Poem
Gary Snyder Waiting for a Ride
Chase Twichell Marijuana
Marlys West Ballad of the Subcontractor
Cecilia Woloch Bareback Pantoum
Kevin Young Black Cat Blues
Magazines Where the Poems Were First Published

Mary Ruefle How I Became Impossible

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David Lehman, the series editor of The Best American Poetry, is also the editor of The Oxford Book of American Poetry. His eleven books of poetry include The Morning Line, Playlist, Poems in the Manner Of, New and Selected Poems, When a Woman Loves a Man, and The Daily Mirror. The most recent of his many nonfiction books is One Hundred Autobiographies: A Memoir. He lives in New York City and Ithaca, New York.

Paul Muldoon is the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Moy Sand and Gravel, Hay, and The Annals of Chile, among other noteworthy poetry collections. A former Professor of Poetry at the University of Oxford, he is currently Howard G. B. Clark '21 Professor in the Humanities at Princeton University and lives in Princeton, New Jersey.

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