2 edition of poems of Alfred Starr Hamilton. found in the catalog.
poems of Alfred Starr Hamilton.
Alfred Starr Hamilton
Celebrating the release of A Dark Dreambox of Another Kind: The Selected Poems of Alfred Starr Hamilton. Editors Ben Estes and Alan Felsenthal with: Peter Gizzi, Ben Gocker, Emily Hunt, Lucy Ives, Charles North, Stacy Szymaszek, Brian Teare, Ron Padgett. Browse through Alexander Hamilton's poems and quotes. 0 poems of Alexander Hamilton. Still I Rise, The Road Not Taken, If You Forget Me, Dreams, Annabel Lee. Alexander Hamilton (January 11, or – July 12, ) was a Founding Father, soldier, econo.
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Hamilton was first published in the s by Cornell University’s literary magazine, Epoch. Jargon Society, run by Jonathan Williams and David Ruff, published the only full-length collection to appear in Hamilton’s lifetime, The Poems of Alfred Starr Hamilton ().
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Poetry. Edited by Ben Estes and Alan Felsenthal. Introduction by Geof Hewitt. Though Hamilton wrote thousands of poems during his lifetime5/5(5). Note: Citations are based on reference standards.
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I've had a long relationship with the work of Alfred Starr Hamilton, and even tried to look him up via phonebook and internet at one point. His poems are compulsive, but as they forge through the compulsions, they somehow sidestep that trajectory and make discoveries/5. Alfred Starr Hamilton, who talked in metaphor, wrote poems so deeply metaphoric that one can enjoy them both for their fairy-tale charm and as serious confessions of unease in 20th-Century America.
An unheralded, solitary peace activist, Hamilton refused to “take cover” during a ’s air raid drill, and was arrested for civil disobedience. Alfred Starr Hamilton was born and raised in Montclair, New Jersey.
After a brief stint in the army during World War II, he returned to Montclair, where he lived for the rest of his life. He held a few mainly menial jobs and, after his.
Feb 15, · A Dark Dreambox of Another Kind: The Poems of Alfred Starr Hamilton Poetry. Edited by Ben Estes and Alan Felsenthal. Introduction by Geof Hewitt. Though Hamilton wrote thousands of poems during his lifetime, only a small percentage of them ever found their way into print.
His poems appeared in small poetry journals during. I bought The Poems of Alfred Starr Hamilton shortly after it came out and had it in my possession for many years. Somewhere in the midst of moving from one apartment to another it got lost. So Author: John Yau. Apr 13, · The Jargon Society published “The Poems of Alfred Starr Hamilton” inbecause he is an ignored caitiff; an “original” poet, tuned in like Blake or Dickinson, very occasionally, to a.
Get this from a library. A dark dreambox of another kind: the poems of Alfred Starr Hamilton. [Alfred Starr Hamilton; Ben Estes; Alan Felsenthal]. Inthe Jargon Society published the The Poems of Alfred Starr Hamilton.
At some point in the ’s, I stumbled upon a copy. It is a beautiful book, with thick paper in alternating signatures of off-white and lavender. Aug 23, · MONTCLAIR, N.J. A fan writes: “Alfred Starr Hamilton wrote both breathtaking and inane poems without seeming to know the difference, and I think the editors who published his work, myself.
A Dark Dreambox of Another Kind: The Poems of Alfred Starr Hamilton by Alfred Starr Hamilton () [Alfred Starr Hamilton] on texasbestchambers.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying texasbestchambers.coms: 5. His poems appeared in small poetry journals during the 60s, 70s and 80s; two chapbooks, The Big Parade and Sphinx; and one full-length collection, The Poems of Alfred Starr Hamilton, published by The Jargon Society in In this new volume, Ben Estes and Alan Felsenthal present a collection of Hamilton's poems from these publications, along Brand: Alfred Starr Hamilton.
Alfred Starr Hamilton (–) was an American poet from Montclair, N.J. The Song Cave has recently published the first collection of Hamilton’s poetry to appear in over 40 years, “A Dark Dreambox of Another Kind: The Poems of Alfred Starr Hamilton” (Edited by Ben Estes and Alan Felsenthal).
Alfred Starr Hamilton (June 14, – ) was an American poet.A lifelong resident of Montclair, New Jersey, Hamilton contributed to many small presses, including Epoch, New Directions, Foxfire, New Letters, Archive, Poetry Now, American Poetry Review and Greenfield Review.
His work has been championed by Jonathan Williams and Ron Silliman and his poetry was included in the first issue of Authority control: LCCN: n, SNAC: w6gf3fsg. Nov 17, · For the Storm of our Lives is Never Over With: Alfred Starr Hamilton. Alfred Starr Hamilton to the Rescue.
A while back New Jersey poet Lisa Borinsky tracked me down in my office to ask if I had any Alfred Starr Hamilton material.
Why would a totally unknown poet and novelist living in Ithaca have any archival material relating to an obscure poet who at first appears to be a lunatic. A Dark Dreambox of Another Kind, The Poems of Alfred Starr Hamilton So will these poems." Jonathan Williams Alfred Starr Hamilton () was an American poet from Montclair, New Jersey.
His publications include the chapbooks Sphinx, The Big Parade, and the full-length collection The Poems of Alfred Starr Hamilton, published by The. Alfred Starr Hamilton () poet.
The collection contains biographical information, personal belongings, correspondence, drafted prose inspired by Hamilton written by family members, book reviews, newspaper clippings with interviews and biographies, poetry journals and magazines, books, and Hamilton’s unpublished poetry manuscripts.
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Navigate to the "Global search form" search landmark. Search.Jan 20, · Alfred Starr Hamilton was on Larry Fagin’s list of Neglectorinos & I was fortunate enough to find a copy of The Poems of Alfred Starr Hamilton at Powell’s in Portland. I owned a copy once, but my days in the Bay Area saw lots of good books go out the door as well as come in.
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