Poets Out Loud

Edited by Elisabeth Frost, Fordham University

 

Poets Out Loud is a community of poetry at Fordham University at Lincoln Center. POL's mission is to provide opportunities for the creation, dissemination and enjoyment of poetry. The POL Reading Series presents free, year-round public readings by noted and emerging poets, serving the Fordham University community and New York City at large. The POL Book Series, run in coordination with Fordham University Press, issues two new full-length volumes of poetry annually, awarding publication and honoraria to the best manuscripts submitted in an international competition.


  1. On Generation & Corruption

    On Generation & Corruption (Hardcover)

    Poems Terrence Chiusano
    Price: $45.00
    The book shares its title with a work by Aristotle (sometimes translated On Coming to Be and Passing...

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  2. On Generation & Corruption

    On Generation & Corruption (Paperback)

    Poems Terrence Chiusano
    Price: $19.00
    The book shares its title with a work by Aristotle (sometimes translated On Coming to Be and Passing...

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  3. Cyclorama

    Cyclorama (Hardcover)

    Daneen Wardrop, Foreword by Kimiko Hahn
    Price: $45.00
    In a stunning cycle of persona poems, Daneen Wardrop offers us a panoramic view of the inner lives of those forgotten among the violence and strife of the American Civil War: the nurse and the woman soldier, the child and the draftee, the prostitute, the black slave, and the Native American...

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  4. Cyclorama

    Cyclorama (Paperback)

    Daneen Wardrop, Foreword by Kimiko Hahn
    Price: $19.00
    In a stunning cycle of persona poems, Daneen Wardrop offers us a panoramic view of the inner lives of those forgotten among the violence and strife of the American Civil War: the nurse and the woman soldier, the child and the draftee, the prostitute, the black slave, and the Native American...

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  5. Errings

    Errings (Hardcover)

    Peter Streckfus
    Price: $45.00
    Spoken on the margin between death and birth, reading and writing, separation and union, the poems of Errings address the absent—a lost leader, a remote love, a protege not yet born—and across those distances delineate the motion of consciousness as it passes from one body to the...

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