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Pincushion's Strawberry
Jared Carter
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Pincushion's Strawberry

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Paperback, 31 pages
Published May 2nd 1984 by Cleveland State University Poetry Center (first published May 1984)
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Robert Beveridge
Jared Carter, Pincushion's Strawberry (Cleveland State University Poetry Center, 1984)

When I call Pincushion's Strawberry “workshop poetry”, I don't mean that in the pejorative way many reviewers seem to; I spent countless hours in those same poetry workshops honing that particular craft (and feeling-- incorrectly, of course-- much superior to my fellow workshoppers, a sentiment I know many of them also felt, and in most cases, just as incorrectly). While I used to come down more on the ashcan s
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His first published poems appeared in Indiana Sesquicentennial Poets in 1967. In 1980, his first book, Work, for the Night Is Coming, received the Walt Whitman Award. His second, After the Rain, received the Poets' Prize in 1994.
Subsequent collections have been Les Barricades Mysterieuse in 1999, Cross this Bridge at a Walk in 2006, and A Dance in the Street in 2012.
In 2014 his sixth book, Darke
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