Shekhinah #2020

Shekhinah By Elanor Wilner Elanor Wilner Shekhinah A book of poems from author Eleanor Wilner Eleanor is the author of maya which received the Juniper Prize for poetry from the University of Massachusetts Press and Gathering the Winds a stud
  • Title: Shekhinah
  • Author: Elanor Wilner Elanor Wilner
  • ISBN: 9780226900261
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Paperback
  • Shekhinah By Elanor Wilner Elanor Wilner
    Shekhinah By Elanor Wilner Elanor Wilner A book of poems from author Eleanor Wilner Eleanor is the author of maya , which received the 1979 Juniper Prize for poetry from the University of Massachusetts Press, and Gathering the Winds , a study of visionary imagination She is a former editor of The American Poetry Review and a contributing editor for Calyx Wilner s poems have appeared in numerous periodicaA book of poems from author Eleanor Wilner Eleanor is the author of maya , which received the 1979 Juniper Prize for poetry from the University of Massachusetts Press, and Gathering the Winds , a study of visionary imagination She is a former editor of The American Poetry Review and a contributing editor for Calyx Wilner s poems have appeared in numerous periodicals, including Poetry , Ms , The New Republic , Mother Jones , Epoch , and The Minnesota Review , and in anthologies, most recently Four Contemporary Poets.
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    • A reread for me, and I think I got out of it the second time around The poet s tone is precise and lovely, drawing in threads from mythologies as well as human life Many good lessons here.


    • I started reading Eleanor Wilner s second collection of poems from 1984 before she read at the University of Arizona Poetry Center in January 2018 I knew I was going to love her work after I read the first poem, Emigration, about Charlotte Bront and her friend Mary Taylor There are always, in each of us, these two the one who stays, the one who goes away It s not that I know much if anything about Bront or Taylor beyond what I found in it s that Wilner draws them so vividly and profoundly on the [...]


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