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by Neil Powell
Carroll & graf publishers, inc. New York
Carroll & graf publishers, inc. New York. One of the pleasures (at first hoped-for rather than confidently anticipated) of assembling this book has been discovering the quality and diversity of recent writing which would be offered for it: among the newly collected poems here are several which seem to me outstanding as well as others, perhaps less completely distinguished, which IVe liked for particular qualities - for catching their specific.
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This wide-ranging and superbly entertaining anthology of poetry stretches from Catullus and Ovid through Marlowe and Michelangelo, on to Walt Whitman and Oscar Wilde, and finally to such moderns as Thom Gunn, . Ackerley, Francis King, and . This one-of-a-kind collection makes a convincing case for the central place of gay poetry in our literary culture.
by. Powell, Neil, 1948-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
LGBTQ love poetry by and for gay men, lesbians, and the queer community. Illustration by Jia Sung. Love poems for strangers. Whoever You Are Holding Me Now in Hand. Love Poem to a Butch Woman. The Fluffer Talks of Eternity. The Strangers Who Find Me in the Woods.
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Description: Gay love poetry has enriched and enlivened our culture for more than two thousand years. This wide-ranging collection includes a generous selection of work stretching from classical times - Homer, Virgil, Catullus, Martial - to contemporary writers such as Edwin Morgan, Thom Gunn and Gregory Woods. The nineteenth century provides vital poems by Tennyson, Whitman and Wilde. Essential European texts, from Michelangelo to Verlaine, are given in translation. Many poems, by both new and established poets, appear here for the first time in book form.
Neil Powell is a poet and biographer and was formerly an independent bookseller and teacher. Along with five volumes of poetry (the most recent being Halfway House, published by Carcanet in 1994). Books by Neil Powell.