The backcountry poem louis jenkins
Nov 28, 2006 Louis Jenkins, in Magma, talks about the prose poem what he aims at when writing one, how trends have changed over the years, and how the prose poem relates to more formal poetries. I thought this bit was great, especially the hayseed got up in the tuxedo and the even though there may be no real poetry happeningLouis Jenkins has concentrated on the prose poem for over three decades. Born in Oklahoma, he now lives in Minnesota. His most recent book of prose poems is Sea Smoke (Holy Cow! Press 2004) with a Selected 1970 2005 due soon. the backcountry poem louis jenkins
Louis Jenkins (born October 28, 1942) is an American prose poet from Enid, Oklahoma. He has lived in Duluth, Minnesota, for over 30 years with his wife Ann. His poems have been published in a number of literary magazines and anthologies.
Poem Hunter all poems of by Louis Jenkins poems. 2 poems of Louis Jenkins. Still I Rise, The Road Not Taken, If You Forget Me, Dreams, Annabel Lee BACKCOUNTRY by Louis Jenkins. Walking through a wall is the poem he recited in New York last week, and its a humdinger of a poem worth seeking out, and if you do have a look at Louis Jenkins website. But to keep you amused meantime heres a YouTube recording of Rylance reciting Backcountry to the Tony Awards audience in 2008.the backcountry poem louis jenkins Louis Jenkins is a native of Oklahoma, but has lived in Duluth, Minnesota, for the past 30 years. Considered a master of prose poetry, he is the author of more than a dozen awardwinning books and has been featured in numerous anthologies. Louis's most recent book is Tin Flag: New and Selected Prose Poems, from Will o the Wisp books. Recently,Rating: 4.70 / Views: 778