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"As more poets write prose poems, one of the most common reasons they give for turning to them is that their fluent composition offers a freedom of expression'lined poetry often restricts. To many, this sounds like a contradiction stemming from the eternal belief that any kind of good poetry has no boundaries. Yet those that write prose poems insist the act of placing their poems into sentences and paragraphs gives them a fresh approach to content and form."-From the introduction by Ray Gonzalez

An innovative and refreshing concept in poetry anthologies, No Boundariesis the first collection of contemporary prose poetry to present substantial selections from the works of well-known luminaries beside the prose of the latest firebrands. By offering 10 poems by each poet, this collection allows the reader to explore the work of each contributor in depth. Robert Bly, Russell Edson, Campbell McGrath and other established poets light the torches held by newcomers Mary Koncel, Gary Young, Linda Dyer and others. Editor Gonzalez chose to showcase these distinctive writers whose work embodies the diversity of styles and techniques representing the art of the prose poem today.

Contributors: Mary Koncel, Robert Bly, John Bradley, Killarney Clary, Jon Davis, Linda Dyer, Russell Edson, Amy Gerstler, Ray Gonzalez, Maurice Kilwein Guevara, Juan Felipe Herrera, Louis Jenkins, Peter Johnson, George Kalamaras, Christine Boyka Kluge, Nin Andrews, Morton Marcus, Harryette Mullen, Naomi Shahib Nye, Liz Waldner, Gary Young, Karen Volkman, Campbell McGrath, Charles Simic

Ray Gonzalezhas been poetry editor of The Bloomsbury Reviewfor 22 years, and has won numerous awards for his prolific literary output. In 2002, he was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for his poetry collection, The Hawk Temple at Tierre Grande. He has won many awards for his anthologies and, to date, has compiled a dozen literature collections. He teaches at the University of Minnesota.

Synopsis:

Poetry. An innovative and refreshing concept in poetry anthologies, NO BOUNDARIES is the first collection of contemporary prose poetry to present substantial selections from the works of well-known luminaries beside the prose of the latest firebrands. By offering ten poems from each poet, this collection allows the reader to explore the work of each contributor in depth. Robert Bly, Russell Edson, Campbell McGrath and other established poets light the torches held by newcomers Mary Koncel, Gary Young, Linda Dyer, and others. Editor Ray Gonzales chose to showcase these distinctive writers whose work embodies the diversity of styles and techniques representing the art of the prose poem today.

About the Author

Ray Gonzalez is the poetry editor of The Bloomsbury Review and has edited 17 anthologies over the past 25 years. He is a poet, author and essayist.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781932195019
Subtitle:
Prose Poems by 24 American Poets
Editor:
Gonzalez, Ray
Editor:
Gonzalez, Ray
Author:
a Gonz
Author:
lez, Ray
Author:
Gonzalez, Ray
Publisher:
Tupelo Press
Location:
Dorset, Vt.
Subject:
American - General
Subject:
Anthologies (multiple authors)
Subject:
Prose poems, American
Copyright:
Edition Number:
1st pbk. ed.
Series Volume:
PRB 02-32E
Publication Date:
May 2003
Binding:
Hardback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
280
Dimensions:
9.00 x 6.00 in

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"Synopsis" by , Poetry. An innovative and refreshing concept in poetry anthologies, NO BOUNDARIES is the first collection of contemporary prose poetry to present substantial selections from the works of well-known luminaries beside the prose of the latest firebrands. By offering ten poems from each poet, this collection allows the reader to explore the work of each contributor in depth. Robert Bly, Russell Edson, Campbell McGrath and other established poets light the torches held by newcomers Mary Koncel, Gary Young, Linda Dyer, and others. Editor Ray Gonzales chose to showcase these distinctive writers whose work embodies the diversity of styles and techniques representing the art of the prose poem today.
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