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Holding Everything Down (Crab Orchard Series in Poetry) epub ebook

by William Notter

Holding Everything Down (Crab Orchard Series in Poetry) epub ebook

Author: William Notter
Category: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press; 1st edition (October 14, 2009)
Pages: 88 pages
ISBN: 0809329271
ISBN13: 978-0809329274
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 739
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Series: Crab Orchard Series in Poetry.

Series: Crab Orchard Series in Poetry.

There is a little less than another month before the deadline to submit for the 2019 Crab Orchard Series in Poetry First Book Award and this is my first reminder post

There is a little less than another month before the deadline to submit for the 2019 Crab Orchard Series in Poetry First Book Award and this is my first reminder post. I so look forward to reading the entries this year, just like I do every year.

These manuscripts are then published the following spring. Crab Orchard Series in Poetry.

William Notter’s stunning collection Holding Everything Down explores the everyday struggles, triumphs, and .

William Notter’s stunning collection Holding Everything Down explores the everyday struggles, triumphs, and desires of rural Americans. With disarming humor and remarkable honesty, Notter delves into the most personal longings of those who inhabit America’s countrysides: places bound by secrets and ghosts, where joy is discovered in the most unlikely of locations, and even the land itself has a story to tell.

The Crab Orchard Series in Poetry began in 1998 as a co-publishing venture of Crab . 00 and publication to winners in Poetry, Fiction, and Literary Nonfiction ~ All entered work considered for publication.

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The Crab Orchard Series in Poetry Open Competition Awards are relatively large prizes given out each year to poets with unpublished manuscripts. In addition to the cash prizes, two winners get published by a university press.

William Notter's stunning collection Holding Everything Down explores the everyday struggles, triumphs, and desires of rural Americans

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Holding Everything Down. Series: Crab Orchard Series in Poetry

Holding Everything Down. Published by: Southern Illinois University Press. Series: Crab Orchard Series in Poetry. William Notter& stunning collection Holding Everything Down explores the everyday struggles, triumphs, and desires of rural Americans. With disarming humor and remarkable honesty, Notter delves into the most personal longings of those who inhabit America& countrysides: places bound by secrets and ghosts, where joy is discovered in the most unlikely of locations, and even the land itself has a story to tell.

Encyclopedia Article. New Orleans, University of Akron, Akron, Ohio, Crab Orchard Series in Poetry Open Competition Awards.

citizens or permanent residents of the United States. Prior to 2009, the Crab Orchard Series in Poetry Open Competition Awards awarded a first place and a second place. Encyclopedia Article.

William Notter's collection Holding Everything Down received the Crab Orchard Series in Poetry First Book Award and the High Plains Book Award for Poetry, and it was a finalist for the Colorado Book Award. He has also been awarded fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Nevada Arts Council.

William Notter’s stunning collection Holding Everything Down explores the everyday struggles, triumphs, and desires of rural Americans. With disarming humor and remarkable honesty, Notter delves into the most personal longings of those who inhabit America’s countrysides: places bound by secrets and ghosts, where joy is discovered in the most unlikely of locations, and even the land itself has a story to tell. These highly accessible poems traverse the world of weekend rodeos, lonely highways, and windswept battlefields; they follow the twin paths of addiction and obsession, and the trials of newfound sobriety. Connections are forged beneath weathered ceilings, and love can be found over a plate of barbecue. Also explored are the depths of humanity’s relationship with nature and freedom, be it the smell of freshly threshed wheat, the purple thunderheads of an approaching storm, or a sunset viewed from Mississippi’s highest peak.

From the muddy deltas of the deep South to the crags of the Big Horn Mountains, Notter’s deeply candid portraits transcend stereotypes to expose an often unseen side of Americana. Hairdresser or handyman, rodeo rider or rancher’s wife, each voice ultimately echoes with the most human of experiences, unveiling the common threads that bind us to our world and to each other.

Reviews (2)
Kanek
This is an excellent collection of Notter's work and is well worth adding to one's library.

Jediathain
Love this book. The poems are easy to read and understand. The poet has lived all over the USA and draws his thoughts and images from his surroundings. Poignant, funny, poems about people, their work, our history and our landscape.

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