Schlagwort: Fanny Howe

84. David Orr’s Top Ten 2014

Louise Glück, “Faithful and Virtuous Night.” The recent winner of the National Book Award, Glück’s 14th collection is wry, dreamlike and snow-covered: a testament to her late career resurgence, and to her increasing ability to inhabit personas like, but not identical to, her own (in this… Continue Reading „84. David Orr’s Top Ten 2014“

133. James Richardson wins Jackson Poetry Prize

Poets & Writers, Inc. has named James Richardson the fifth annual recipient of the Jackson Poetry Prize, a $50,000 award given to honor an American poet of exceptional talent who deserves wider recognition.. This year’s judges were Mark Doty, Rita Dove, and Gerald Stern. The… Continue Reading „133. James Richardson wins Jackson Poetry Prize“

58. David Ferry Awarded 2011 Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize

Award recognizes lifetime accomplishment with $100,000 prize CHICAGO — The Poetry Foundation is pleased to announce that poet David Ferry has won the 2011 Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize. Presented annually to a living US poet whose lifetime accomplishments warrant extraordinary recognition, the Ruth Lilly… Continue Reading „58. David Ferry Awarded 2011 Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize“


In her memoir The Winter Sun, poet Fanny Howe explores the possibilities and impossibilities of a writer’s calling. By Ange Mlinko Poetry Media Service The Winter Sun, by Fanny Howe. Graywolf Press, $15.00. At the outset of The Winter Sun, an apologia for the… Continue Reading „055. A NAMELESS VOCATION“