These poems offer an insightful examination of the human psyche's longing for the kind of intimacy which is so often elusive. And we are introduced to Raven, a symbolic alter ego who is humankind's dark witness, whose home is the sky, and whose gift is charity. This work was completed with a grant from the Wyoming Arts Council. The literary magazine Prairie Schooner, bestowed upon this oeuvre its Edward Stanley Award for Poetry.
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Charles Levendosky was a poet and a journalist. A native New Yorker, he also lived in Germany, Oklahoma, the Virgin Islands, and Japan. He left New York City in 1972, to move to Wyoming and never looked back. Levendosky was the editorial page editor and a columnist for the Casper Star-Tribune beginning in 1982. His weekly column was distributed by The New York Times wire service and appeared in more than 225 newpapers around the country. His columns earned Levendosky a reputation as an expert on First Amendment issues and he was the recipient of a number of First Amendment awards given by the American Library Association and the Freedom to Read Foundation. He skillfully combined his intuitive love - poetry- with a passion for journalistic truth and the right for everyone to speak out. Charles Levendosky died in 2004 after a long battle with cancer.
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Book Description Clark City Press, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11094443908X