Long Like a River

By Nancy Schoenberger; John Bellamy Foster
New York University Press, Hardcover, 9780814781050, 100pp.

Publication Date: March 1998

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Description

Many rivers run through Nancy Schoenberger's third collection of poems, Long Like a River. From the Clark Fork ("its full house of trout the dream of a summer noon"), to the Mississippi ("long as its Indian name"), to the Amazon and Napo Rivers, these poems explore the poet's Deep South roots, plumbing memory and desire and paying homage along the way to Theodore Roethke and George Seferis.




About the Author
Nancy Schoenberger, a poet and a former director of The Academy of American Poets, has taught creative writing at Columbia University's Writing Program and at the College of William & Mary, where she edited the transatlantic poetry review "Verse. She is the coauthor of a biography of Oscar Levant and author of three books of poetry, including Girl on a White Porch, which won the Devins Award, and most recently Long Like a River, recipient of the NYU Press Poetry Prize. Schoenberger was also an associate producer of "Voices and Visions, the popular PBS film series on American poets. John Bellamy Foster is editor of "Monthly Review". He is professor of sociology at the University of Oregon and author of "The Ecological Revolution", "The Great Financial Crisis" (with Fred Magdoff), "Critique of Intelligent Design" (with Brett Clark and Richard York), "Ecology Against Capitalism", "Marx s Ecology", and "The Vulnerable Planet".
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