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Quartet of poems

Quartet of poems

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Published by Longman in Harlow .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Maura Healy.
SeriesModern women writers
ContributionsHealy, Maura.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii,153p.
Number of Pages153
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21546520M
ISBN 100582082994

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ANGELA BALL was born in Athens, Ohio, U.S.A. in Her books of poems include Kneeling Between Parked Cars and Possession. She lives in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, and teaches in the Center for Writers, University of Southern Mississippi, where she is an editor for Mississippi : Angela Ball. The Lark Quartet, Singing hymns, Film shoot, A woman on a bus reading a poem, A television image of looters, Cycle race, A man walking in white shoes, Days without a watch, Marker ribbon in a book, The sloth, A stone armadillo, A cast iron miniature stove, Wooden tulips, A teacup with floral decoration, The little graveyard,Author: Elizabeth Smither.Four poets, four poems A quartet of jazz poetry.

and online journals — of which are jazz poems — and has recently self-published a Kindle edition of his book of jazz poetry called Poetic Jazz. “Jazz poetry flows out with such ease,” Singer writes on his blog.

“The people and places, the alleys and sawdust jazz clubs.Poetry Night Quartet. Join us for a reading from four accomplished Michigan poets! Charles W. Brice will present poetry from his newest book, Mnemosyne's Hand, while Judith Alexander Brice is celebrating the release of her newest collection, Overhead from Longing.