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Prose Poetry in Theory and Practice

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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Editore:

Routledge

Pubblicazione: 05/2022
Edizione: 1° edizione





Note Editore

Prose Poetry in Theory and Practice vigorously engages with the Why? and the How? of prose poetry, a form that is currently enjoying a surge in popularity. With contributions by both practitioners and academics, this volume seeks to explore how its distinctive properties guide both writer and reader, and to address why this form is so well suited to the early twenty-first century. With discussion of both classic and less well- known writers, the essays both illuminate prose poetry’s distinctive features and explore how this "outsider" form can offer a unique way of viewing and describing the uncertainties and instabilities which shape our identities and our relationships with our surroundings in the early twenty-first century. Combining insights on the theory and practice of prose poetry, Prose Poetry in Theory and Practice offers a timely and valuable contribution to the development of the form, and its appreciation amongst practitioners and scholars alike. Largely approached from a practitioner perspective, this collection provides vivid snapshots of contemporary debates within the prose poetry field while actively contributing to the poetics and craft of the form.




Sommario

Introduction Anne Caldwell and Oz Hardwick 1 Protean Manifestations and Diverse Shapes: Defining and Understanding Strategies of the Contemporary Prose Poem Cassandra Atherton and Paul Hetherington 2 Prose Poetry and the Resistance to Narrative Oz Hardwick 3 "In the Eye of the Beholder": Prose Poetry in Dialogue between Reader and Poet Hannah Stone 4 Nobody’s Storybook: Reading Russell Edson for the Wrong Reasons Nicholas Lauridsen 5 "Borders on edges, where skin stops, or begins": The Prose Poem's Relationship with the Discourses of Fashion and Food, with Particular Reference to Charles Baudelaire, Gertrude Stein, and Harryette Mullen Susie Campbell 6 The Contemporary Vernacular: Exploring Intersections of Architecture and Prose Poetry Anne Caldwell 7 "Image Machine": Gaspar Orozco’s Book of the Peony and the Prose Poem Sequence as Perceptual Trick Helen Tookey 8 Writing the Prose Poem: An Insider’s Perspective on an Outsider Artform Ian Seed 9 "A form of howling. A form of chanting. A form of looking out for each other": Poetics and Politics of the Contemporary Indian-English Prose Poem Divya Nadkarni 10 Collaboration, Conversation, and Adaptation: The Prose Poetry Project and Renga Attitude Jen Webb 11 Framing Catastrophe: The Ekphrastic Prose Poem Patrick Wright 12 "An interlude suspended": Historical Biography through the Lens of Prose Poetry Edwin Stockdale 13 Who are the Contemporary Symbolists? The Prose Poem and the Decorative-Subjective Approach Ruth Stacey 14 One Foot; Many Places: The Prose Poem’s Art of Standing Still While Travelling Jane Monson




Autore

Anne Caldwell is a freelance writer and a lecturer in creative writing for the Open University and has completed a PhD in prose poetry and creative writing at the University of Bolton in 2020. She is a member of the International Poetry Studies Institute (I.P.S.I.) International Prose Poetry Project and the author of four collections of poetry. Oz Hardwick is a European poet and academic, whose work has been widely published in international journals and anthologies. He has published nine full collections and chapbooks, including Learning to Have Lost (2018) which won the 2019 Rubery International Book Award for poetry. Oz is Professor of Creative Writing at Leeds Trinity University.










Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9781032058597

Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 9 x 6 in Ø 1.01 lb
Formato: Brossura
Illustration Notes:5 b/w images and 5 halftones
Pagine Arabe: 236
Pagine Romane: xiv


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