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by Ann Fisher-Wirth

eBook Dream Cabinet epub
  • ISBN: 0916727939
  • Author: Ann Fisher-Wirth
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Poetry
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wings Press (April 1, 2012)
  • Pages: 96 pages
  • ePUB size: 1964 kb
  • FB2 size 1470 kb
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About Ann. Dream Cabinet, my fourth book of poems, was published last April by Wings Press.

University of Mississippi. About Ann.

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Ann Fisher-Wirth renders the particulars of a woman’s life in heretic narrative distinguished by the rigor of her self-reflections and the emotional richness of her responses

Ann Fisher-Wirth renders the particulars of a woman’s life in heretic narrative distinguished by the rigor of her self-reflections and the emotional richness of her responses. Dream Cabinet may be read as a book of love poems to her husband, children and grandchildren, her parents, the natural world. Even as they contemplate the persistence of pain and the battening down to survive, these gutsy lyric poems leave us with a sense of abundance.

Ann Fisher-Wirth - Ann Fisher-Wirth is the author of several poetry collections, including Dream Cabinet (Wings Press . Fisher-Wirth has received fellowships from the Black Earth Institute, the Fulbright Foundation, and the Mississippi Arts Commission, among others.

Ann Fisher-Wirth - Ann Fisher-Wirth is the author of several poetry collections, including Dream Cabinet (Wings Press, 2012). She teaches English and environmental studies at the University of Mississippi. She lives in Oxford, Mississippi. Selected Bibliography.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. lt;P style MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt class MsoNormal A compilation of poetry of great beauty and searing honesty.

Ann Fisher-Wirth (born January 25, 1947 as Ann Carolyn Welpton) is an American poet and scholar, based at the University of Mississippi. Fisher-Wirth is the daughter of a career Army officer and an English teacher. She was born in Washington, D. . and lived as a child in Germany, Pennsylvania, and Japan before her father retired from the Army and her parents decided to move to Berkeley, California. degree, magna cum laude, in English from Pomona College in 1968; an .

Biography of Ann Fisher-Wirth By Courtney Rowe (SHS) She has completed two more book manuscripts of poetry, Dream Cabinet and Olaus Magnus, Carta Marina and will soon begin looking for a publisher for them.

Biography of Ann Fisher-Wirth By Courtney Rowe (SHS). Ann Fisher-Wirth was born Ann Carolyn Welpton on January 25, 1947, in Washington, . Her father was in the United States Army, so at the age of eight months, young Ann moved with her mother and older sister Joan to Germany where her little sister, Jennifer, was born. The family lived in Germany for three years before moving to Pennsylvania in 1950. Then again, in 1955, the family moved to Camp Zama, Japan. She has completed two more book manuscripts of poetry, Dream Cabinet and Olaus Magnus, Carta Marina and will soon begin looking for a publisher for them.

Ann Fisher-Wirth, the author of three previous books of poetry, including, most recently, the book-length poem Carta Marina (Wings Press, 2009), returns to the individual poem in all its many forms in her latest collection, Dream Cabinet. Perhaps most stunning to me in this latest project is the breadth of subject material that Fisher-Wirth not only covers but covers well. She grapples with both the personal and the environmental and political, from her own family lineage to the BP oil spill.

Ann Fisher-Wirth’s fifth book of poems, Mississippi, will be published by Wings Press in 2017; this is a poetry/photography collaboration with the acclaimed Delta photographer Maude Schuyler Clay

Ann Fisher-Wirth’s fifth book of poems, Mississippi, will be published by Wings Press in 2017; this is a poetry/photography collaboration with the acclaimed Delta photographer Maude Schuyler Clay. A fellow of the Black Earth Institute, she teaches at the University of Mississippi, where she also directs the minor in Environmental Studies. And she teaches yoga in Oxford, Mississippi. Header photo of men silhouetted on mountainside by Unsplash, courtesy Pixabay. Photo of Ann Fisher-Wirth by Robert Jordan, University Communications, University of Mississippi.

A compilation of poetry of great beauty and searing honesty, this book consists of two long experimental sequences: the title poem “Dream Cabinet,” set on an island in Sweden, and an eloquent account of the poet’s first marriage entitled “Answers I Did Not Give to the Annulment Questionnaire.” Exploring the full cycle of human life, this collection responds to compelling personal, political, and environmental issues of modern times while remaining aware of the evanescence of all mortal experience.

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