Singing Yet: New and Selected Poems
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Singing Yet: New and Selected Poems

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The fourth book--after a nine-year silence--from Stan Rice, whose third collection won the Academy of American Poets' Edgar Allan Poe Award acknowledging the continuing achievement of a poet under forty-five. Singing Yet provides an overview of Rice's work in generous selections from the three earlier books, together with a considerable body of new work that marks the poet...more
Hardcover, 226 pages
Published June 16th 1992 by Alfred A. Knopf
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Collin Kelley
This is a collection I return to again and again. Stan Rice was a brilliant poet. This volume collects work from his out-of-print chapbooks and previous collections. He had a recognizable voice in poetry and his work was often an extension of his painting. "Thunder & Rain" is one of the most amazing poems ever written (and I mean that seriously).
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Stan Rice was an American poet and artist and husband of writer Anne Rice (married 1961). He was a Professor of English and Creative Writing at San Francisco State University and retired as Chairman of the Creative Writing Department in 1989. Stan Rice died from brain cancer and was survived by his wife, novelist Anne Rice and son, author Christopher Rice.

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