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Poetry Anthologies (multiple Authors)

Global Poetry Anthology 2013

edited by Mary Dalton, Sean O'Brien & Chase Twitchell

Publisher
Vehicule Press
Initial publish date
Nov 2013
Category
Anthologies (multiple authors)
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9781550653670
    Publish Date
    Nov 2013
    List Price
    $18.00

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Description

The Global Poetry Anthology is a one-of-a-kind collection of contemporary previously-unpublished poems gathered from all corners of the English speaking world. An international editorial board ensures the present volume's cosmopolitan palette, and the "blind" selection process guarantees that choices have been made according to poetic calibre alone.

Vehicule Press's Signal Editions is proud to offer the second volume in the Global Poetry Anthology Series--a rich and exciting mix of established and emerging voices.

About the authors

Edited by Mary Dalton, Sean O'Brien, Chase Twichell, Niyi Osundare et al.

Mary Daltpon is the author of five books of poetry including Merrybegot winner of the 2005 E.J. Pratt Poetry Award. Her new collection Hooking was published Spring 2013. She is a Professor of English at Memorial University, St. John’s Newfoundland.

Sean O’Brien is a UK poet, critic, broadcaster, anthologist and editor. He is Professor of Creative Writing at Newcastle University. His poetry collection November was shortlisted for the 2011 T. S. Eliot Prize and the 2012 International Griffin Poetry Prize.

Chase Twichell is the winner of the prestigious Kingsley and Kate Tufts Poetry Award (2011) and the Alice Fay Di Castagnola Award (1997). She has received numerous fellowships for her seven books of poetry.

Niyi Osundare Osundare is a Nigerian poet, playwright, essayist and scholar. He has authored 18 books of poetry. His many prizes include the Commonwealth Poetry Prize. He is currently Distinguished Professor of English at the University of New Orleans.

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Editorial Reviews

"The anthology contains more than one "Hell yeah!" poetry moment - the kind of poem that avid poetry readers can use to argue poetry's merits to the unconverted." - Montreal Review of Books

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