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Poetry. Finalist for the 2005 National Book Award, THE MOMENT'S EQUATION also won the 2003 Richard Snyder Publication Prize. This is Vern Rutsala's eleventh collection of poetry. ""There is one way in particular in which Vern Rutsala could and in my view should be an example to us all, an example of how to put to maximum use the simplest things in our lives""-Donald Justice.
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Vern Rutsala is the author of twelve collections of poetry, including "The Window", "Laments", "The Journey Begins", and "Little-Known Sports".Review:
*2005 National Book Award finalist *Awards include the Guggenheim Fellowship award, two NEA grants, the Juniper Prize, an Oregon Book Award, two Carolyn Kizer Poetry Prizes, the Duncan Lawrie Prize, a Pushcart Prize, the Akron Poetry Prize, the Northwest Poetry Prize, and a Masters Fellowship from the Oregon Arts Commission REVIEWS: "The Moment's Equation takes us through decades of America. There are evocative settings, memorable events; there are many roads to regard, many lives to consider. In this America, there are startling moments, keen equations, but there is always time for laughter, room for reflection. Each poem journeys to a destination. With a remarkable deftness and an unerring sense of direction, Vern Rutsala gets us there." --National Book Award Judge "Singular as his poems may be, one never doubts that the author is one of us. In his methods, he has never abandoned the idea of a poetry accessible to a great audience. In his subject matter, he stands within the circumstances of the majority of his coutrymen. You won't read about it anywhere but in art, and nowhere any better than in Rutsala." -Marvin Bell "I know of no poet who has grown more surely, steadily and triumphantly over the years." -Carolyn Kizer "There is one way in particular in which Vern Rutsala could and in my view should be an example to us all, an example of how to put to maximum use the simplest things in our lives." -Donald Justice
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Book Description Ashland Poetry Press, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0912592540
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