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As much as human beings were made to stay inside their homes in many places, pulled back like the awkward weeds we can be, threatened with culling by the mind of the garden, we were, in that way, contained by the pandemic.
This ekphrastic series is a meditation on matter and form in a time of catastrophe, words and insights channeled in an inward-outward communion inspired by O'Hara's work as well as by the enormity of the tragedy.
Distinguished Visiting Writer Reading Cynthia reads Feb. 6, 2014 as part of the Spring 2014 Barbara & David Zalaznick Reading Series. Cornell University. http://www.cornell.edu/video/poetry-reading-by-cynthia-hogue “Awards Ceremony Reading with Sylvain Gallais from Fortino Sámano (The overflowing of the poem).” Poets Forum 2013. Academy of American Poets. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2GGyLd-qjI
In close readings of Dickinson, Moore, H.D., and Rich, the author makes a new argument about the division that permeates their poetic speaking subjects.
On Place in Poetry "What Earth Remembers: An Alchemy of Place in Poetry" 9:30 am -10:30 am Saturday January 8, 2022 Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86030713216
This is the first critical volume devoted to the full range of women's postmodern works, including some of the most respected writers and critics in the contemporary avant-garde.
Never before published, The Sword Went Out to Sea is a semi-autobiographical novel that combines H.D.'s interest in the occult and her experiences during the Blitz, shedding light on the aesthetics and origins of literary modernism.