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Time You Let Me in: 25 Poets Under 25

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Publisher Comments:

They are inspiring talented stunning remarkable wise

They are also fearless depressed hilarious impatient in love out of love pissed off

And they want you to let them in.

Review:

"Nye (Honeybee) presents an anthology of poets under the age of 25, each of whom contribute four poems. The poets chiefly employ free verse and utilize intensely personal material, but these are their sole similarities. The poems cover territory spiritual and saccharine, philosophical and experimental, angry and irreverent ('do you think/ if you left your house/ emily dickinson/ your poems would have titles?'). Some writers are concerned with excavating the past, contemplating death and illness, dissecting class divides, and questioning feelings of displacement, be it geographical, emotional, or cultural (Amal Khan, born in Pakistan, writes, 'They have called me subcontinental,/ Ethnic and oriental — / Suffering and my creed — / It is a romantic thing indeed'). Several exhibit a delicacy in the handling of memory and attention to detail; 'She collages her disasters/ by finding her own feelings in the/ magazine faces,' writes Ben Westlie. While the poems don't necessarily break new ground, the collection is gripping and provocative in its portrayal of vastly different lives and experiences, strong sense of place, and sheer exuberance. Ages 12 — up. Here's a selection of books celebrating all that moms do for their children — and vice versa." Publishers Weekly (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)

About the Author

Naomi Shihab Nye was so depressed on her twentieth birthday that she refused to celebrate. She thought childhood was now behind her (wrong). She called writer Jack Kerouac's widow, Stella, in Florida to say she was thinking of Jack (they have the same birthday). Stella invited her to come down and visit. Things improved from then on.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780061896378
Author:
Nye, Naomi Shihab
Publisher:
Greenwillow Books
Subject:
American poetry - 21st century
Subject:
American - General
Subject:
Poetry : General
Subject:
General
Subject:
Children's poetry
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Hardcover
Publication Date:
20100231
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Grade Level:
from 7
Language:
English
Pages:
256
Dimensions:
8.25 x 5.5 in 12.32 oz
Age Level:
12-17

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"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "Nye (Honeybee) presents an anthology of poets under the age of 25, each of whom contribute four poems. The poets chiefly employ free verse and utilize intensely personal material, but these are their sole similarities. The poems cover territory spiritual and saccharine, philosophical and experimental, angry and irreverent ('do you think/ if you left your house/ emily dickinson/ your poems would have titles?'). Some writers are concerned with excavating the past, contemplating death and illness, dissecting class divides, and questioning feelings of displacement, be it geographical, emotional, or cultural (Amal Khan, born in Pakistan, writes, 'They have called me subcontinental,/ Ethnic and oriental — / Suffering and my creed — / It is a romantic thing indeed'). Several exhibit a delicacy in the handling of memory and attention to detail; 'She collages her disasters/ by finding her own feelings in the/ magazine faces,' writes Ben Westlie. While the poems don't necessarily break new ground, the collection is gripping and provocative in its portrayal of vastly different lives and experiences, strong sense of place, and sheer exuberance. Ages 12 — up. Here's a selection of books celebrating all that moms do for their children — and vice versa." Publishers Weekly (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)
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