Jenny Boully has a blog.
I need to buy Mark Levine's new book The Wilds. I love love love the poems from the book that I've read online.
Guess which photograph made me cream.
The 2006 Barnard Women Poets Prize was awarded to Cathy Park Hong for Dance Dance Revolution , chosen by Adrienne Rich.
Rich praised "the mixture of imagination, , language and historical consciousness” in the book. “Hong's work is passionate, artful, worldly. It makes a reader feel and think simultaneously, and rather then implying a nihilistic or negative vision of the future, it leaves this reader, at least, revitalized.”
Cathy Park Hong won a Van Lier Fellowship and a Pushcart Prize for her first book, Translating Mo'um. She is also the recipient of a Fullbright Fellowship (South Korea), a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in poetry, and the Village Voice Mary Wright Fellowship for Minority Reporters. She works as a freelance journalist and teaches at the New School in New York City.
Dance Dance Revolution will be published in 2007 by W.W. Norton & Co. Hong will read from the book as part of the 2007 Women Poets at Barnard series upon publication
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