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Dark harvest : new & selected poems, 2001-2020

Title
Dark harvest : new & selected poems, 2001-2020 / Joseph Millar.
Author
Millar, Joseph
Publication
  • Pittsburgh : Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2021.
  • ©2021

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Description
129 pages; 22 cm.
Series Statement
[Carnegie Mellon University Press poetry series]
Uniform Title
  • Poems. Selections
  • Carnegie Mellon poetry.
Alternative Title
Poems.
Subjects
Genre/Form
Poetry.
Contents
from Overtime (2001). Telephone repair man -- Names I'd forgotten -- Fiber optics -- Spanish blues -- Outside Monterey -- Midlife -- Selling out at the top of the world -- Sole custody -- Heart attack -- My father and Thomas Wyatt in Herka's Bar -- Poem for a new girlfriend -- Hansen and Gretel's father -- Dark harvest -- Love pirates -- Waking up after reading Proust -- from Fortune (2007). Feeding Tristem's snake -- Hansen and Gretel's father explains -- Junkyard -- Environmentalist -- Mystery trap -- Middle age -- Tools -- Harriet Matthias Wickersham -- Fall night -- Red wing -- Caroling -- Fortune -- Potter's field -- Slow hands -- Lyrical -- American wedding -- Poem for Rembrandt -- A love supreme -- from Blue rust (2012). Nativity -- Donut shop jukebox -- Year of the ox -- Romance -- Ode to ear -- Divorce -- The Dutch roll -- Urban coyote -- Kiski flats -- Lorca in California -- Blow job cole slaw -- Half made -- For Weldon Kees -- Day of the dead -- Nightbound -- Ocean -- from Kingdom (2017). Time-poem -- Muse -- Semi-retired -- One day -- Courtly -- Ronnie: 1954-2013 -- Field -- Language -- The poetry-body -- Girlfriends -- Eclipse -- Oxygen and Acetylene -- Why women live longer -- Night -- Valentine -- Patience -- Artist colony -- End of the world -- New poems. Pablo and me -- Corvus -- Some days -- Forgiveness -- Fayetteville Street -- Mistletoe -- Meadow -- Ventriloquist -- Venetian siesta -- Epithalamion -- Memorial Day mediation -- Masks -- Affluence.
Call Number
JFD 22-688
ISBN
  • 088748672X
  • 9780887486722
LCCN
2021937532
OCLC
1241245603
Author
Millar, Joseph, author.
Title
Dark harvest : new & selected poems, 2001-2020 / Joseph Millar.
Publisher
Pittsburgh : Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2021.
Copyright Date
©2021
Type of Content
text
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Series
[Carnegie Mellon University Press poetry series]
Carnegie Mellon poetry.
Summary
"Powerful poems about men and women at the margins. Dark Harvest showcases two decades of Joseph Millar's finest poetic work, including his beloved and award-winning poems centered on the unseen men and women at the margins of American life. Millar's poems don't favor beauty over suffering, nor do they reach for knowledge over mystery--instead, his words carry forward their Whitmanic imperatives: to turn away from nothing, to be awash in contradictions.''-- Provided by publisher.
Research Call Number
JFD 22-688
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