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by David Ray,Judy Ray

Author: David Ray,Judy Ray
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin (June 12, 1999)
Pages: 272 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.3
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Fathers : a collection of poems. by. Ray, David, 1932-; Ray, Judy. Fathers, American poetry.

Fathers : a collection of poems. New York : St. Martin's Press.

In this landmark anthology, poets David and Judy Ray have gathered the most complete collection of poems on fathers ever assembled. More than 120 poets reveal their memories of fathers and fatherhood-some funny, some heartrending, some tragic. Works by Raymond Carver, Rita Dove, Donald Justice, Robert Bly, and many others are featured.

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David Ray (born May 20, 1932), is an American poet and author of fiction, essays, and memoir. He is particularly noted for poems that, while being rooted in the personal, also show a strong social concern. Ray is the author of twenty-two volumes of poetry, including "Hemingway: A Desperate Life" (2011), "When" (2007), "Music of Time: Selected and New Poems" (2006) and The Death of Sardanapalus and Other Poems of the Iraq Wars (2004).

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Books by David Ray. HEMINGWAY: A Desperate Life Whirlybird Press, 2011. Not Far From the River (love poems from India) Copper Canyon Press. The Maharani's New Wall (poems written in India) Wesleyan University Press nominated for a Pulitzer Prize.

by David Ray, Judy Ra. ISBN 9781882863020 (978-1-882863-02-0) Softcover.

by David Ray, Judy Ray. ISBN 9780312209643 (978-0-312-20964-3) Softcover, St. Martin's Griffin, 1999. The Jaipur Sketchbook:Impressions of India.

In this landmark anthology, poets David and Judy Ray have gathered the most complete collection of poems on fathers .

The Rays live in Tuscon, Arizona. David Ray's most recent collections of poetry include Kagaroo Paws: Poems Written in Australia, Heart-Stones: New and Selected Poems, and Demons in the Diner. He has twice received the William Carlos Williams Prize from the Poetry Society of America and was awarded a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship for his fiction

David Ray is an American poet and author of fiction, essays, and memoir. He and his wife, poet and essayist Judy Ray, live in Tucson, Arizona.

David Ray is an American poet and author of fiction, essays, and memoir. Ray is the author of twenty-one volumes of poetry, the most recent being "When" (2007), "Music of Time: Selected and New Poems" (2006) and The Death of Sardanapalus and Other Poems of the Iraq Wars (2004). A new volume, "After Tagore: Poems Inspired by Rabindranath Tagore" has just been released (2008). Ray was born in Sapulpa, Oklahoma in 1932.

One hundred and eighteen of our finest American poets pay eloquent homage to their fathers and the broader concept of fatherhood in this loving anthology.In this splendid collection both daughters and sons introduce us and pay heartfelt tribute to their fathers. Whether writing of fathers who were heroes or anti-heros, defenders or pacifists, those who went away suddenly or those who reappeared after a long period of time, the poets here cast the net wide to harvest the infinite variety of the father-and-child relationship. This moving anthology includes:Raymond Carver's "The Trestle", Gwendolyn Brooks's "In Honor of David Anderson Brooks, My Father", Rita Dove's "Grape Sherbert", Robert Hayden's "Those Winter Sundays", Donald Justice's "Men at Forty", Hayden Carruth's "Words for My Daughter from the Asylum", Maxine Kumin's "My Father's Neckties", "Robert Bly's "My Father at Eighty-Fiver"