|Title:||If in Time: Selected Poems, 1975-2000 (Penguin Poets)|
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Ann Lauterbach is one of America's most inventive and admired poets . Start by marking If in Time: Selected Poems, 1975-2000 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Published April 1st 2001 by Penguin Books. If In Time: Selected Poems, 1975-2000 (Penguin Poets). 0140589309 (ISBN13: 9780140589306).
Poet Ann Lauterbach's work has been compared to the poetry of John Ashbery and Barbara Guest. She has published several volumes of poetry, including Many Times, but Then (1979), Before Recollection (1987), Clamor (1991), And for Example (1994), On a Stair (1997), If in Time (2001), Hum (2005) and Or to Begin Again (2009), which was a finalist for the National Book Award. If in Time: Selected Poems 1975-2000, Penguin Poets, 2001. Hum, Penguin Poets, 2005. Or to Begin Again, Penguin Poets, 2009. The Night Sky: Writings on the Poetics of Experience, Viking, 2005.
Selected Poems, 1975-2000. Part of Penguin Poets. Ann Lauterbach is one of America’s most inventive and admired poets. By turns elegiac, fierce, and sensuous, her musically-charged poems subvert distinctions between narrative coherence and fragmentary elision, between outward attention and inward response.
Born in 1942, Ann Lauterbach was raised in New York City. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, she attended Columbia University on a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship. She moved to London before completing her . in English Literature. Under the Sign (Penguin, 2013) Or to Begin Again (Penguin, 2009) Hum (Penguin, 2005) If in Time: Selected Poems 1975–2000 (Penguin, 2001) On a Stair (Penguin, 1997) And for Example (Penguin, 1994) Clamor (Penguin, 1991) Before Recollection (Princeton University Press, 1987) Sacred Weather (The Grenfell Press, 1984) Closing Hours (Red Ozier Press, 1983) Later That Evening (Jordan Davies, 1981) Many Times, but. Then (Texas University Press, 1979) Book One (The Spring Street Press, 1975) Vertical, Horizontal (The Seafront Press, 1971).
Poet Laureate, introduces readers to the most significant and compel-ling poems of the past hundred years. Featuring poems both classic and contemporary, this collection reflects both a dynamic and co-hesive portrait of modern American poetry and outlines its trajec-tory over the past century. IF IN TIME Selected Poems 1975–2000.
Ann Lauterbach's work is a exquisite rarity in the subgroup of the subgroup of American poetry and poetics. That is, she's often (mis)aligned with the L A N G U A G E folk, only because they perhaps come closest to comprehending and digesting her work. Great poetry takes hard work - most of all, on the reader's part. All blurbs are mischief. Suffice it to say, if anyone's on the edge of making it new, it's Ann. And though "experimentalism" is often equated with absurd-sense, her work is none of them.
Lauterbach in conversation with Charles Bernstein (28:27): MP3. Lauterbach talks about sound, performance, and folk music and goes on to engage the difficult relation of gender and authority. She also discusses "Missing Ages," a poem she read on program one, and also her essay collection, The Night Sky: Writings on the Poetics of Experience (New York: Viking, 2005). Close Listening produced by Charles Bernstein for WPS1. WPS1 Studio Engineer: Lucy Sinanjuntak. Reading for the Segue Series at HERE, New York, October 4, 1997. introduction (1:59): MP3.
If in Time: Selected Poems, 1975-2000 (Penguin Poets). ISBN 9780140589306 (978-0-14-058930-6) Softcover, Penguin Books, 2001. Find signed collectible books: 'If in Time: Selected Poems, 1975-2000 (Penguin Poets)'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates.