Orpeus, On the Red Line.

Deppe, Theodore.

Verlag: Tupelo Press, 2009
ISBN 10: 1932195750 / ISBN 13: 9781932195750
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North Adams, Tupelo Press, 2009. 15,5 cm x 23 cm. 74 pages. Original Softcover. Excellent condition with only very minor signs of wear. Advance Readers' Copy. Loosely inserted is an original press-release for this publication. Includes for example the following poems: A Polish Poet in County Clare / Recitative on Cape Clear Island / Waving Across a Courtyard in Krakow / "The Road to Glenlough" etc etc. Theodore Deppe (born in Duluth, Minnesota) is an American poet and professor, author of four books of poetry. His most recent collection is Orpheus on the Red Line (Tupelo Press, 2009), and he has had his poems published in many literary journals and magazines including The Kenyon Review, Harper’s Magazine, Poetry, The Southern Review, Ploughshares, and Poetry Ireland Review. He is Director of the Stonecoast MFA Program in Creative Writing’s Stonecoast in Ireland program. He worked previously as a nurse for more than two decades in coronary care units and psychiatric hospitals. He received an M.F.A. from Vermont College of Fine Arts and has taught creative writing in graduate programs in the U.S., Ireland, and England. He was raised in Indiana. He and his wife, poet Annie Deppe, lived in Ireland from 2000 to 2003, and returned in July 2006 so Ted could direct the then new Stonecoast in Ireland program. (Wikipedia). Sprache: English Excellent condition with only very minor signs of wear. Advance Readers' Copy. Loosely inserted is an original press-release for this publication. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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For more than two decades Theodore Deppe worked as a nurse, in coronary care units and psychiatric hospitals, and he has also been an influential teacher of writing. His poems are genuinely dramatic as they reveal complicated human relationships in flux, embracing complicated people in closely observed encounters with each other and their landscapes.

"Ted Deppe s poems, which a reader might admire for their narrative gift and the beauty and force of their language alone, also look unflinchingly into the heart of human suffering while equally acknowledging the joy and peace that are possible in our lives. These poems, which chart Deppe s peripatetic life in Ireland and the United States, trade the lack of a permanent home for an at-homeness in the moment.... Orpheus on the Red Line finds those improbable but real moments when we all can toast the peace and mystery of a 'superabundance of being.'" Robert Cording

"'For that moment,' says Ted Deppe in the opening poem of his rich new collection, 'it was the house of the world.' He speaks of a pine tree, but the description might be applied with justice to his own poetry, for it is precisely this house of the world the ordinary world lovingly seen that he throws open for us, filling it moment by moment with luminous details. One comes away from these compact lyrical narratives with a sense that whatever the poet s eye or mind has fallen on, been compelled to attention by, is somehow cared for, cherished, allowed to be its own full self." Eamon Grennan

Inhaltsangabe: Poetry. "Ted Deppe's poems, which a reader might admire for their narrative gift and the beauty and force of their language alone, also look unflinchingly into the heart of human suffering while equally acknowledging the joy and peace that are possible in our lives. These poems, which chart Deppe's peripatetic life in Ireland and the United States, trade the lack of a permanent home for an at-homeness in the moment.... ORPHEUS ON THE RED LINE finds those improbable but real moments when we all can toast the peace and mystery of a 'superabundance of being.'"?Robert Cording

"'For that moment,' says Ted Deppe in the opening poem of his rich new collection, 'it was the house of the world.' He speaks of a pine tree, but the description might be applied with justice to his own poetry, for it is precisely this house of the world-the ordinary world lovingly seen?that he throws open for us, filling it moment by moment with luminous details. One comes away from these compact lyrical narratives with a sense that whatever the poet's eye or mind has fallen on, been compelled to attention by, is somehow cared for, cherished, allowed to be its own full self."?Eamon Grennan

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Titel: Orpeus, On the Red Line.
Verlag: Tupelo Press
Erscheinungsdatum: 2009
Einband: Original Softcover.

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