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The page of Howe, Fanny, Hungarian biography

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Howe, Fanny


Fanny Howe (született 1940 október 15. Buffalo, New York) amerikai költő, regényíró, és novellista. Megkapta a National Endowment for the Arts, the National Poetry Foundation, the California Council for the Arts díjait, a Buntin Institute és a MacArthur Colony ösztöndíját. 2001-ben megkapta a Lenore Marshall díjat, 2009-ben a Ruth Lilly költészeti díjat. 2005-2006-ban a PIP Gertrude Stein angol innovatív költészeti díját kapta.

 ╬ Verseskötetei:

The Amerindian Coastline Poem (New York: Telephone Books Press, 1976); Poem from a Single Pallet (Berkeley, California: Kelsey St. Press, 1980); Alsace-Lorraine (New York: Telephone Books, 1982); For Erato: The Meaning of Life (Berkeley, California: Tuumba, 1984); Robeson Street (Farmington, Maine: Alice James Books, 1985); Introduction to the World (Great Barrington, Massachusetts: The Figures, 1986); The Lives of a Spirit (Los Angeles: Sun & Moon Press, 1987); [SIC] (San Diego: Parentheses Writing Series, 1988); The Vineyard (Providence, Rhode Island: Lost Roads Publishers, 1988); The Quietist (Oakland, California: O Books, 1992); The End (Los Angeles: Littoral Books, 1992); O’Clock (Hastings, East Sussex, England: Reality Street, 1995); One Crossed Out (St. Paul, Minnesota: Graywolf, 1997); Q (1998); Forged (Sausalito, California: Post-Apollo Press, 1999); Selected Poems (Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 2000); Gone (Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 2003); On the Ground (St. Paul, Minnesota: Graywolf, 2004); The Lives of a Spirit/Glasstown: Where Something Got Broken (Beacon, New York: Nightboat Books, 2005); Emergence (Hastings, East Sussex, United Kingdom: Reality Street, 2010)

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