Poetry After 9/11

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  • Edition: 10th
  • Format: Trade Paper
  • Copyright: 8/16/2011
  • Publisher: Melville House

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The 10th anniversary edition of this important and inspiring collection is a sweeping overview of poetry written in New York in the year after the 9/11 attacks. This 10th anniversary edition of the popular anthology-the first book ever published by Melville House-contains poems by forty-five of some of the most important poets of the day, as well as some of the literary world’s most dynamic young voices, all writing in New York City in the year immediately following the World Trade Center attacks. After 9/11 poetry was everywhere-on telephone poles, on warehouse walls, in the bus shelters. People spontaneously turned to poetry to understand and cope with the tragedy of the attack. Full of humor, love, rage and fear, this diverse collection of poems attests to the power of poetry to express and to heal the human spirit. Featuring poems by Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Dunn; Best American Poetry series editor David Lehman; National Book Award winner and New York State Poet Jean Valenti≠ the 'rstever Nuyorican Slam-Poetry ch& poets laureate of Brooklyn and Queens; and a poem and introduction by National Book Award finalist Alicia Ostriker. From the Trade Paperback edition.

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