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Poetry in Person by Alexander Neubauer
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Sep 23, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: nonfiction, poetry

This is a lyrical, sensitive, and eye-opening book that provides a window into the poetic process of some of the best modern poets. Each discusses a work in progress with Pearl London, a poet turned professor who recorded her workshops at The New School. Alexander Neubauer curated these conversations in a rich, illuminating, and ultimately liberating book, because you see how each poet has his or her own distinct sense of how to write and revise a poem. What you take away is a multitude of possibilities and the freedom to follow our own muse.

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