Bibliography of American Poetry Told Through the Pulitzer Prize
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PS 3569 I4725 W67

C.K. Williams

Farrar, Straus and Giroux. This seems nothing but description to me. Sure, it is excellently wrought, heavily considered, well-written description. But in the end, it has not moved-- not transformed-- not gone anywhere. That is boring, and that is what the Pulitzer people seem to like It's not enough to be a describer of things. Newspapers already do that very well. To be a poet, you've got to go somewhere, be something.



Different Hours

PS 3543 A563 N4

Stephen Dunn

W.W. Norton & Company



Practical Gods

Carl Dennis

Penguin Books