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The Best American Poetry 1992 - Poets and Poems Included
... poem previously appeared Jonathan Aaron "Dance Mania" The Paris Review Agha Shahid Ali "I See Chile in My Rearview Mirror" Field John Ash "The Ungrateful Citizens" The Paris Review John Ashbery "Poem ... the Virgin" Raritan Juan Felipe Herrera "Iowa Blues Bar Spiritual" New England Review Edward Hirsch "Man on a Fire Escape" The New Yorker Daniel Hoffman "Iden ... "Across These Landscapes of Early Darkness" Iowa Review Mekeel McBride "All Hallows' Eve" North American Review James McCorkle "" ...
The Best American Poetry 1989 - Poets and Poems Included
... Beth Bentley "Norther Idylls" The Gettysburg Review Elizabeth Bishop "It is marvellous..." American Poetry Review Robert Bly "My Father at 85" Common Ground ... D." Michigan Quarterly Review Gary Snyder "Building" Witness Elizabeth Spires "Sunday Afternoon at Fulham Palace" Iowa Review David St ... John "Broken Gauges" Green Mountains Review William Stafford "Last Day" The Ohio Review George Starbuck "Reading the Facts about Frost in The Norton Anthology" Poetry Patricia Storace "M ...
Bernard F. Conners Prize For Poetry
... Conners Prize for Poetry is given by the Paris Review "for the finest poem over 200 lines published in The Paris Review in a given year", according to the magazine ... A "given year" for the Paris Review appears not to mean "calendar year" ...
The Best American Poetry 1995 - Poets and Poems Included
... Margaret Atwood "Bored" The Atlantic Monthly Sally Ball "Nocturnal" Southwest Review Catherine Bowman "Mr ... Peregrinus' Cancer" Western Humanities Review Anthony Hecht "Prospects" The New Yorker Edward Hirsch "Unearthly Voices" TriQuarterly Janet Holmes "Against the Literal" The Georgia Review Andrew ... of a Canvas of Smoke" Sewanee Theological Review Brigit Pegeen Kelly "All Wild Animals Were Once Called Deer" The Massachusetts Review Karl Kirchwey "Sonogram" The New Republic ...
The Best American Poetry 1991 - Poets and Poems Included
... poem previously appeared Johnathon Aaron "The Voice from Paxos" The New York Review of Books Ai "Evidence From a Reporter's Notebook" Pequod Dick Allen "Talking with Poets" The Hudson Review Julia ... Complaints Ado About Nothing" Western Humanities Review A ... Moritz "Protracted Episode" Southwest Review Thylias Moss "Lunchcounter Freedom" Gargoyle (magazine) Joyce Carol Oates "Edward Hopper's Nighthawks, 1942" The Yale ...

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