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    Poems from the Women's Movement

    From the Library of America catalog:

    “The Women’s Movement of the 1960s, 70s and 80s generated an extraordinary outpouring of poetry that captured an age of expectancy, of ecstatic possibility, of defiant purpose, and of exuberant exploration. In gathering the best of this poetry, Honor Moore has performed an act of recovery that shows the remarkable range in both form and subject matter of that era’s poetry, including work by Adrienne Rich, Audre Lorde, Muriel Rukeyser, Judy Grahn, and many others.”

     

     

    Review/Press For Poems from the Women’s Movement (Library of America, 2009)

    The “Feminist Review” blog reviews Poems from the Women’s Movement, July 2009

    Poems from the Women’s Movement recommended in Summer Reading section in O Magazine; Elsa Gidlow’s poem “You say I am mysterious” is featured as well, July 2009

    Featured on popular feminist website, feministing.com. “Not Oprah’s Book Club: The Little Book of Meaning and Poems from the Women’s Movement” (at 2:08) reviewed by Courtney E. Martin, May 21, 2009.

    In “Talking Poetry with Honor Moore,” Dawn Raffel interviews Honor Moore about Poems from the Women’s Movement, More magazine, via more.com

    “Women, the Movement & Poetry” on Feminist Legal Theory blog from University of California, Davis School of Law, April 26, 2009

    Elle Magazine recommends Poems from the Women’s Movement in “Bookmark These: May 2009”, April 23, 2009

    Susie DeFord reviews Poems… in “The World Splits Open” on BOMBlog, April 20, 2009

    Elizabeth Lund’s review of Poems from the Women’s Movement in The Christian Science Monitor, March 25, 2009

    An interview with Honor Moore on the American Poets Project website. Also, two poems from the anthology are featured on this page.

    After Ariel,” the introduction to Poems from the Women’s Movement, Boston Review, March/April 2009.

    View photos from the celebration of Poems from the Women’s Movement on the Academy of American Poets’ Flickr stream.

     

     

    Excerpts/Poems from the Women’s Movement (Library of America, 2009)

    Introduction 

    Excerpt from “Poems from the Women’s Movement,” from The Boston Review, March/April 2009 http://bostonreview.net/BR34.2/moore.php

     

    Two Poems 

    Read two poems from Poems from the Women’s Movement, featured on the American Poets Project website.

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