by Carol Muske-Dukes. Women and Poetry: Truth, Autobiography, and the Shape of the Self (Poets on Poetry).
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National Book Award finalist Carol Muske-Dukes explores joy, dread, and the solitary communion of applause. Applause provides twenty vivid and evocative poems by Carol Muske-Dukes
National Book Award finalist Carol Muske-Dukes explores joy, dread, and the solitary communion of applause. Applause provides twenty vivid and evocative poems by Carol Muske-Dukes. In Dream, she seeks the past in reverie, along with bicoastal riffs on New York City and Los Angeles. The Eulogy paints the scene of a funeral in sunny California where a young man who has died of AIDS is laid to rest.
10 October 2016 ·. "Peach pit enters the light, breaking out of its sweet rotting body A hollow box, cardboard husks beaten in on themselves City of stem, dry earth sucking the root bloodless.
The Renegade Reading Series. 10 October 2016 ·. How long can a good thing last? Your mouth pressed between the blades of my shoulders. How long can a good thing last?" Rio Machete Cortez, from "Bad Machine (After Curtis Mayfield)".
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Carol Muske-Dukes was born in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1945. She earned a BA from Creighton University and an MA at San Francisco State University. Her collections of poetry include Camouflage (1975), Applause (1989), An Octave Above Thunder: New and Selected Poems (1997), Sparrow (2003), which was a National Book Award finalist, and Twin Cities (2011)
It is the journey of a poetic voice that in each book earns her way to home, to her own commanding powers
It is the journey of a poetic voice that in each book earns her way to home, to her own commanding powers. I : New and Selected Poems shows the reader both the closeness of the enemy and the poet’s inherent courage, inventiveness, and joy. Pitt Poetry Series.
Carol Muske-Dukes (born 1945 in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States) is an American poet, novelist, essayist, critic, and professor, and the former poet laureate of California (2008–2011). Her most recent book of poetry, Sparrow (Random House, 2003), chronicling the love and loss of Muske-Dukes’ late husband, actor David Dukes, was a National Book Award finalist. In the title poem, a twelve-part journey through the ritual of applause, Muske-Dukes examines the power of a gesture-clapping-to transform oneself from individual to communal.
The book provides lengthy selections-about three hundred lines of verse-of the forty-five poets who were in print with the series in its twenty-fifth anniversary year.
Carol Muske-Dukes (born 1945) is an American poet, novelist, essayist, critic, and academic, who has served as Poet laureate of California. Muske-Dukes was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota. English from Creighton University in 1967, and a . in 1970 from San Francisco State University. She has taught in the graduate writing programs at Columbia University, the Iowa Writers' Workshop, the University of California at Irvine, and the University of Virginia