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Eleven More American Women Poets in the 21st Century
Poetics Across North America
Claudia Rankine, ed.; Lisa Sewell, ed.

Wesleyan University Press



Contents

• Acknowledgments
• Introduction
• MARY JO BANG
Poems
• From
The Eye Like A Strange Balloon: High Art – Mrs. Autumn and Her Two Daughters – Untitled # 70 (Or, The Question of Remains)
• From
Elegy: Landscape with the Fall of Icarus – Words; From The Bride of E: And as in Alice – B Is for Beckett – C Is for Cher – In the Present and Probable Future
• From the
Mrs. Dalloway series: Opened and Shut
Poetics Statement
Articulations Of Artifice In The Work Of Mary Jo Bang – Karla Kelsey
• LUCILLE CLIFTON
Poems
• From
Good Woman: Poems and a Memoir 1969–1980: [the light that came to Lucille Clifton]
• From
Quilting, Poems 1987–1990: eve's version – lucifer speaks in his own voice
• From
The Book of Light: daughters – [won’t you celebrate with me] – leda 1 – leda 3
• From
The Terrible Stories: telling our stories
• From
Voices: sorrows
Poetics Statement: Excerpts from an Interview with Charles Rowell
Lucille Clifton’s Communal “i” – Adrienne McCormick
KIMIKO HAHN
Poems
• From
Mosquito and Ant: Orchid Root – Garnet
• From
The Narrow Road to the Interior: Utica Station Dep.10:07 A.M. to N.Y. Penn Station
• From
The Artist’s Daughter: In Childhood – Like Lavrinia
Poetics Statement: Still Writing the Body
I Want To Go Where The Hysteric Resides”: Kimiko Hahn’s Re-articulation of the Feminine in Poetry – Zhou Xiaojing
• CARLA HARRYMAN
Poems
• From
Baby: [Now. Word. Technology.] – [Dark. Swat. Land.] – [The. Open. Box.] – [Baby. N. Baseball. Song.] – [Wartime Surroundings.]
• From
Adorno’s Noise: [consents to a few statements one knows ultimately to implicate murder] – [it is difficult to write satire]
• From
the opposite of slackness: Orgasms
Poetics Statement: Siren
Listening In On Carla Harryman’s Baby – Christine Hume
• ERÍN MOURE
Poems
• From
O Cidadán: document32 (inviolable) – document33 (arena)
• Eleventh
Impermeable of the Carthage of Harms
• From
Little Theatres: Theatre of the Confluence (A Carixa) – Theatre of the Stones that Ran (Fontao, 1943) – Theatre of the Millo Seco (Botos)
• From
O Cadoiro: [[T]he best woman i ever saw.] – [This night of liquid storms, high noon s dwelling]
Poetics Statement: A Practice of Possibility, a Life in Languages
Moure’s Abrasions – Aaron Kunin
LAURA MULLEN
Poems
• From
The Surface
• From
The Tales of Horror: (A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody
• From
After I Was Dead: Secrets – 35 ½
• From
Murmur
From Subject: Circles
Poetics Statement
Lauren Mullen: Threatened As Threat: Rethinking Gender and Genre – Kass Fleisher
EILEEN MYLES
Poems
• Transitions
• Snowflake
• To My Class
• Questions
• Hi
Poetics Statement
When We’re Alone In Public: The Poetry of Eileen Myles – Maggie Nelson
M. NOURBESE PHILIP
Poems
From She Tries Her Tongue; Her Silence Softly Breaks: Discourse on the Logic of Language
• From
Universal Grammar
• From
Zong!: Os, Zong! #2 – Zong! #4
Ferrum (excerpt)
Poetics Statement: Ignoring Poetry (a work in progress)
The Language Of Trauma: Faith and Atheism in M. NourbeSe Philip’s Poetry – Dawn Lundy Martin
JOAN RETALLACK
Poems
• From
Errata 5uite
From How to Do Things with Words: The Woman in the Chinese Room
• From
MONGRELISME
From MEMNOIR: Curiosity and the Claim to Happiness – Lost Brief Case Conjecture
Poetics Statement: Procedural Elegies: N Plus Zero
The Method “In Medias Mess” – Jena Osman
LISA ROBERTSON
Poems
• From
The Weather: Residence at C__ – Tuesday – Residence at C__ – Saturday
• From
Utopia (R’s Boat): [In the spring of 1979]
Poetics Statement: Soft Architecture: A Manifesto
About Surface: Lisa Robertson’s Poetics of Elegance – Sina Queyras
C. D. WRIGHT
Poems
• From
Steal Away: Floating Trees – Privacy
• From
Cooling Time: [only the crossing counts] – [elation washed over our absence toward everything in the increasing darkness]
• From
One Big Self: An Investigation: Dear Prisoner, – My Dear Conflicted Reader, – Dear Child of God, – [Mack trapped a spider]
• From
Rising, Falling, Hovering: Re: Happiness, in pursuit thereof – Like Having a Light at Your Back You Can’t See But You Can Still Feel – Like a Prisoner of Soft Words – Like Something in His Handwriting – Like Something Flying Backwards
Poetics Statement: My American Scrawl
The Border Crossing: Relational Poetry Of C. D. Wright – Suzanne Wise
• Contributors
• Index

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