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Deaf American poetry

Deaf American poetry

an anthology

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Published by Gallaudet University Press in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American poetry,
  • Deaf, Writings of the, American

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementJohn Lee Clark, Editor.
    ContributionsClark, John Lee, 1978-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS591.D4 D43 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22696681M
    ISBN 101563684136
    ISBN 109781563684135
    LC Control Number2008051965
    OCLC/WorldCa262892105

      In he was awarded the Geoffrey Dearmer Award by the Poetry Society (judged by Ocean Vuong). Ilya Kaminsky was born in the former Soviet Union and is now an American citizen. He is the author of two poetry collections – Dancing in Odessa and Deaf Republic – and co-editor of The Ecco Anthology of International :// But we American deaf know, the French deaf know, the German deaf know that in truth, the oral method is the worst. Our beautiful sign language is now beginning to show the results of their attempts. They have tried to banish signs from the schoolroom, from the churches and from the ://

      Finalist for the National Book Award • Finalist for the PEN/Jean Stein Award • Finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award • Winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize • Winner of the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award • Winner of the National Jewish Book Award • Finalist for the Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award • Finalist for the T. S. Eliot Prize • Finalist for the Forward Prize 'Deaf Republic is conscience, terror, silence, rage, made to coexist moments of tenderness, piercing beauty, empathic lyricism.', Tracy K. Smith 'Ilya Kaminsky's Deaf Republic is evidence of a profound imagination, a capacious critical intellect, and a brilliant heart-on-fire. A dream book for any and every citizen.', Li-Young  › Poetry, Drama & Criticism › Poetry › Genres.

    He has edited two anthologies, Deaf American Poetry (Gallaudet University Press, ) and Deaf Lit Extravaganza (Handtype Press, ). His latest book is a collection of essays called Where I Stand: On the Signing Community and My DeafBlind Experience (Handtype Press, ). Bettering Volume 3 is now available! "Bettering American Poetry is a poetic battle cry for resistance. Comprised of captivating voices that transcend borders and defy the limits of our time, this anthology rattles readers awake with scintillating truth and tough love" - Jamia Wilson, Director of The Feminist Press at CUNY Get your copy here!


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Illustrations of words and phrases in sign language punctuate the book’s pages and offer the reader a visual experience of power   In his anthology, Deaf American Poetry, John Lee Clark gathered together poetry by deaf and hard-of-hearing writers that stretched back into the mid's.

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“Deaf Republic is harrowing and damning, if we dare to listen.”—Vox “[Deaf Republic] is curved with beautiful oddities of phrase A play in verse, a novel in verse, collective pain in verse—classifications are unnecessary here, as Kaminsky’s book is at its soul a story Deaf Republic arrives, textured and alive.”   Born in in London to British and Jamaican parents, Antrobus is a deaf poet whose debut collection, The Perseverance, was a Poetry Book Society choice last year.

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