It just wasn't for me. Debora Greger lives in Gainesville, Florida and Cambridge, England with her life-partner, the poet and critic,. Greger then went on to hold fellowships at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown and at Harvard University's Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Greger then went on to hold fellowships at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown and at Harvard University's Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Despite all that though, I still found the writing to be quite beautiful at times and I can see why some would like the poetry.
. There is also a real sense of past, present, and future as you read the poems. It made me feel like I was moving from place to place with the author. Her work appeared in Paris Review, The Nation, Poetry, and The New Criterion. I don't always read collections in the order they appear but that seems essential with this collection. Fill out the form below and we will contact you within 1 business day. If you find a retailer that has a better advertised price than our website, let us know and we will do our best to match it.
Greger was raised in Richland, Washington. Greger has published numerous books of poetry, including 2008 , and her work has been included in issues of Best American Poetry. Greger was raised in Richland, Washington. We pride ourselves on delivering quality experiences, but we recognize that value is a factor when making a purchase. Greger now works as Poet-in-Residence at the Harn Museum of Art. She was professor of English and creative writing at the Univer Debora Greger b.
By the time I reached the end, I was sorry it was over. Visit our to see our full price match policy. It took me a little time to warm up to this collection but once I did, I really liked it. I only really liked one or two poems out of the entire collection, and there were quite a few I found myself lost at what the message was behind them. She was professor of English and creative writing at the University of Florida until retiring. The elegies threaded through this mature, startling book recognize life moving toward the shadows—these are poems of old responsibilities and new virtues, looking back as a way of looking forward.
She also has a poem on Poetry 180 in number 42. She attended the University of Washington and then the Iowa Writers' Workshop. This collection definitely wasn't for me. She attended the University of Washington and then the Iowa Writers' Workshop. . .
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