A Harvest of Words: Contemporary South Dakota Poetry

A Harvest of Words Contemporary South Dakota Poetry None

  • Title: A Harvest of Words: Contemporary South Dakota Poetry
  • Author: Patrick Hicks Jim Reese Dennis Sampson Linda Hasselstrom Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve Elizabeth Cook-Lynn Debra Nystrom Leo Dangel
  • ISBN: 9780931170034
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Hardcover
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    About "Patrick Hicks Jim Reese Dennis Sampson Linda Hasselstrom Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve Elizabeth Cook-Lynn Debra Nystrom Leo Dangel"

    1. Patrick Hicks Jim Reese Dennis Sampson Linda Hasselstrom Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve Elizabeth Cook-Lynn Debra Nystrom Leo Dangel

      Patrick Hicks is the author of nine books, including The Commandant of Lubizec A Novel of the Holocaust and Operation Reinhard, Adoptable, and This London he is also the editor of A Harvest of Words, which was funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities His work has appeared in some of the most vital literary journals in America, including Ploughshares, Glimmer Train, The Missouri Review, Tar River Poetry, Salon, Prairie Schooner, and many others He has been nominated seven times for the Pushcart Prize, he was recently a finalist for the High Plains Book Award, the Dzanc Short Story Collection Competition, and the Gival Press Novel Award His work with PBS s Over South Dakota was nominated for an Emmy A winner of the Glimmer Train Fiction Award, he is also the recipient of a number of grants, including individual artist awards from the Bush Foundation and the South Dakota Arts Council In 2015, his first short story collection, The Collector of Names, will be published by Schaffner Press.A former Visiting Fellow at Oxford, he is the Writer in Residence at Augustana College as well as a faculty member at the low residency MFA program at Sierra Nevada College He has lived in Northern Ireland, England, Germany, and Spain, but has returned to his Midwestern roots When not writing, he enjoys watching thunderstorms roll across the prairie with his British wife and he is a sucker for playing in the backyard with his five year old son, who was adopted from South Korea.

    325 thoughts on “A Harvest of Words: Contemporary South Dakota Poetry”

    1. I truly enjoyed this collection of 14 poets with ties to South Dakota. I know one of the poets well, have been to a reading by and read 3 books by another, read a chapbook by one, and met one recently at a retirement party where he recited the first poem in the book for the honoree. I have also heard of one or perhaps two others.The voices are diverse and despite the subtitle (Contemporary South Dakota Poetry) not all of the poems are related to South Dakota. Even those that are are usually not [...]


    2. One poem that I read in it, it was talking about their dirt bike and how it ran and how it took gas to run it. Along with many other things that they used throughout their day and night. I read the poems in the book written by Allison Hedge Coke and Patrick Hicks.


    3. It was ok, not my favorite. It is about South Dakota life and the authors mostly write about what happened on the ranch, or what its like living in rural South Dakota.



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