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eBook To the Stars: Kansas Poets of the Ad Astra Poetry Project ePub

by Denise Low

  • ISBN: 0980010276
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Denise Low
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mammoth Publications (December 25, 2009)
  • Pages: 112
  • ePub book: 1338 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1609 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
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Kansas Notable Books List - Winners. 38th out of 64 books - 12 voters.

Denise Low (born 1949) is an American poet, honored as the second Kansas poet laureate (2007–2009). A professor at Haskell Indian Nations University, Low teaches literature, creative writing and American Indian studies courses at the university. She was succeeded by Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg on July 1, 2009. Low is the daughter of Francis Dotson and Dorothy (Bruner) Dotson

Denise Low (born 1949) is an American poet, honored as the second Poet Laureate of Kansas. Low is the daughter of Dorothy (Bruner) and Francis Dotson.

Denise Low (born 1949) is an American poet, honored as the second Poet Laureate of Kansas. A 5th generation Kansan of mixed German, Scots, Lenape (Delaware), English, French, and Cherokee heritage, she was born and grew up in Emporia, Kansas, where she began her writing career as a high school correspondent for the Emporia Gazette.

This book collects her Ad Astra Poetry Project broadsides in print form. The 3rd Kansas poet laureate, Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg, adds discussion questions for those who wish to use this book for classes or other groups. Clear discussion of the poems, free of jargon, makes this ideal for sharing with students and friends.

Collection of Kansas Poetry (Paperback or Softback). Paperback or Softback. Author : Low, Denise. 6. 8 ლ. Feeling Good with Poetry: Healing Poems for Children (Paperback or Softback). 5. 4 ლ. The Strength of Poetry: Oxford Lectures (Paperback or Softback). 7 ლ. The Boat Rocker: A Poetry of Life (Paperback or Softback). The Selected Poetry & Prose of Shelley (Paperback or Softback). 3. 5 ლ. Potpourri: Don't Call It Poetry (Paperback or Softback). 1 ლ. Moleko Art Project: Moleko Poetry Session (Paperback or Softback). The Emotion of Life and Love Poetry Book (Paperback or Softback).

This book collects Ad Astra Poetry Project broadsides in print form. Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg adds discussion questions for those who wish to use this book for classes or other groups. Clear discussion, free of jargon, makes this ideal for sharing with students and friends.

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Denise Low, second poet laureate of Kansas, revives the British tradition of one-page publications, called "broadsides," as a way to present poetry. Her Web-based broadsides include over 40 poets with Kansas connections. ISBN13: 9780980010275. Release Date: December 2009.

Denise Low, 2nd poet laureate of Kansas, revives the British tradition of one-page publications, called "broadsides," as a way to present poetry. Her web-based broadsides include over forty poets with Kansas connections: Gordon Parks, William Stafford, James Tate, B.F. Fairchild, Diane Glancy, Albert Goldbarth, Jo McDougall, and Kevin Young to name a few. This book collects her Ad Astra Poetry Project broadsides in print form. Each entry presents a biography, poem, and commentary about the poem in concise form, easily accessible for readers. The 3rd Kansas poet laureate, Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg, adds discussion questions for those who wish to use this book for classes or other groups. Clear discussion of the poems, free of jargon, makes this ideal for sharing with students and friends. Low selects poems that comment, in some way, on Kansas experience. These Kansas poetry publications-available to arts organizations, schools, libraries, and newspapers throughout the state-have attracted a national following.