Best Read [John Meade Haines] ✓ Winter News: Poems || [Fantasy Book] PDF ☆

By John Meade Haines | Comments: ( 271 ) | Date: ( Dec 13, 2019 )

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  • Title: Winter News: Poems
  • Author: John Meade Haines
  • ISBN: 9780819510297
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

John Meade Haines

Born in Norfolk, Virginia, in 1924, John Haines studied at the National Art School, the American University, and the Hans Hoffmann School of Fine Art The author of than ten collections of poetry, his recent works include At the End of This Summer Poems 1948 1954 Copper Canyon Press, 1997 The Owl in the Mask of the Dreamer 1993 and New Poems 1980 88 1990 , for which he received both the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize and the Western States Book Award.He has also published a book of essays entitled Fables and Distances New and Selected Essays 1996 , and a memoir, The Stars, the Snow, the Fire Twenty five Years in the Northern Wilderness 1989.Haines spent than twenty years homesteading in Alaska, and has taught at Ohio University, George Washington University, and the University of Cincinnati Named a Fellow by The Academy of American Poets in 1997, his other honours include the Alaska Governor s Award for Excellence in the Arts, two Guggenheim Fellowships, an Amy Lowell Travelling Fellowship, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Library of Congress John Haines lives in Helena, Montana source



Comments Winter News: Poems

  • Nicole Pramik

    I was first introduced to John Haines back in college when I took a Creative Writing class. For an assignment, the professor assigned each of us a poet to explore. For me, he chose John Haines because he sensed I might like him and suggested I specifically look for Winter News. I had never heard of Haines or the book before but I trusted this professor's taste in writers, so I was eager to dive in.This was one of those rare cases where I was glad to be introduced to a new writer/poet because it [...]


  • Cody

    An immersive and lyrical examination of winter in all its facets--from darkness to the cold to isolation to death. Haines shows that this season of the dead, when embraced, is the most enlivening, bringing one a profound and visceral affirmation and purpose.


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