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by Caki Wilkinson

eBook Circles Where the Head Should Be (Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry) ePub
Author: Caki Wilkinson
Language: English
ISBN: 1574413090
ISBN13: 978-1574413090
Publisher: University of North Texas Press (February 8, 2011)
Pages: 80
Category: Poetry
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 652
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ePub file: 1762 kb
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The poems in Circles Where the Head Should Be are full of objects and oddities. CAKI WILKINSON graduated from Rhodes College and Johns Hopkins University. She received a 2008 Ruth Lilly Fellowship from the Poetry Foundation

The poems in Circles Where the Head Should Be are full of objects and oddities. She received a 2008 Ruth Lilly Fellowship from the Poetry Foundation. She lives in Cincinnati. Series: Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry (Book 18). Paperback: 80 pages. Publisher: University of North Texas Press (February 8, 2011).

Winner of the Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry, 2010 . An irresistible book. D. McClatchy, author of Mercury Dressing: Poems, judge "Caki Wilkinson's marvelous and marvelously titled Circles Where the Head Should Be contains poetry as dexterously written as any today.

An irresistible book. CAKI WILKINSON graduated from Rhodes College and Johns Hopkins University

Winner of the Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry, 2010. Circles Where the Head Should Be has its own distinctive voice, a lively intelligence, insatiable curiosity, and a decided command of form.

I don’t read much poetry, but I’m glad I read Caki Wilkinson’s Circles Where the Head Should Be: it’s completely unpretentious yet lyrically gorgeous, wry, and plaintive, and about subjects as varied as basketball and TV weathermen.

Mentioned in: Year in Reading. A Year in Reading: Teddy Wayne. I don’t read much poetry, but I’m glad I read Caki Wilkinson’s Circles Where the Head Should Be: it’s completely unpretentious yet lyrically gorgeous, wry, and plaintive, and about subjects as varied as basketball and TV weathermen. Her second collection, tentatively titled Wynona Stone, comes out in 2014, and follows the titular fictional character. An example: The plot unfolds, backwater roman-fleuve: hand-shaking husbands, wives who say make love. as in When Doug and I were making love, or Doug made love to me, or Doug, that love.

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The poems in Circles Where the Head Should Be are full of objects and oddities, bits . CAKI WILKINSONgraduated from Rhodes College and Johns Hopkins University. Winner of the Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry, 2010.

About Author: CAKI WILKINSONgraduated from Rhodes College and Johns Hopkins University.

Circles is the sixth studio album by American rapper Mac Miller. It was being worked on by Miller before his death in 2018, and was released posthumously on January 17, 2020, by Warner Records. Production was completed by Jon Brion

Circles is the sixth studio album by American rapper Mac Miller. Production was completed by Jon Brion. At the time of his death on September 7, 2018, Miller was "well into" the recording process of Circles

Published by: University of North Texas Press. Series: Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry. The poems in Circles Where the Head Should Be are full of objects and oddities, bits of news, epic catalogues, and a cast of characters hoping to make sense of it all.

Published by: University of North Texas Press. These qualities play off one another in ways that instruct and delight.

Circles Where the Head Should Be has its own distinctive voice, a lively intelligence, insatiable curiosity, and a decided command of form.

Winner of the Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry, 2010. The poems in Circles Where the Head Should Be are full of objects and oddities, bits of news, epic catalogues, and a cast of characters hoping to make sense of it all. Underneath the often whimsical surface, however, lies a search for those connections we long for but so often miss, and a wish for art to bridge the gaps. Circles Where the Head Should Be has its own distinctive voice, a lively intelligence, insatiable curiosity, and a decided command of form. These qualities play off one another in ways that instruct and delight. An irresistible book.”—J. D. McClatchy, author of Mercury Dressing: Poems, judge Storm and Stress That a spider web supports a bead of rain is as significant as rain’s resolve, poised where some spinneret has pitched its threads aslant, since, held or holding, each endures a strain— one presses, one reacts. Don’t ask me what it’s worth. Despite the facts of matter’s favored states, such concentration’s of no consequence beyond this life, a net tailored to break, too late for recompense when weight evaporates.
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