5 edition of Poems from the Pacific found in the catalog.
Poems from the Pacific
Harold V Hansen
by Vantage Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||103|
Craig Santos Perez is a native Chamoru (Chamorro) from the Pacific Island of Guåhan/Guam. He is the co-founder of Ala Press, co-star of the poetry album Undercurrent (Hawai’i Dub Machine, ), and author of three collections of poetry: from unincorporated territory [hacha] (Tinfish Press, ), from unincorporated territory [saina](Omnidawn, ), and from unincorporated territory [guma. In this collection of poems from the coast of B.C., California, Washington State, to Alaska and as far away as Auckland, New Zealand and as far back as early 19th century Japan, these poems explore our connection to the Pacific, what we know and don\'t know, how we\'ve already changed the shore and the sea and what we fear losing.
Title: Clandestine Subtitle: A Classic Book of Poetry Author: Amy Ritchie Publisher: Xlibris ISBN: Genre: Poetry Pages: 82 Reviewed by: Beth Adams Read Book Review Pacific Book Review Clandestine is a collection of poems by Amy Ritchie which will reveal a fresh view of many themes’ poetry lovers have come to enjoy. The subtitle of “A Classic Book of Poetry”. PoetsWest, the gateway to on-line information about poets and poetry in the Northwest. On this site you will find a directory of Who's Who in Northwest poetry, rotating selections of poetry, archives of recent radio programs, reviews of poetry, information on special public poetry performances, venues with regularly scheduled poetry readings, books, DVDs and CDs, and links to selected poetry.
Out of Doors is a poetic expression of Nature in a Pacific Northwest Forest, as seen through the eyes of David Gretch, a former medical scientist turned author and poet. Inspired during daily wal. A vision of a savage land, A glimpse of cloud-ringed seas; A moonlit deck, a murderous hand; No more, no more of these! No more! how heals the tender flesh, Once torn by savage beast? The wound, re-opening, bleeds afresh, Each season at the least! O day, for dawn of thee how prayed The spirit, sore distressed; Thy latest beams, upslanting, made A pathway for the blest.
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96Normal0falsefalsefalseEN-USZH-CNAR-SA Yvonne Blomer is the author of a travel memoir Sugar Ride: Cycling from Hanoi to Kuala Lumpur, and three books of poetry, as well as an editor, teacher and mentor in poetry and served as the city of Victoria poet laureate from In Yvonne was the Artist-in-Residence at the Robert Bateman Centre and created Price: $ The Pacific Poetry Project’s inaugural project, Alive at the Center, is an anthology of contemporary poetry from writers in Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver B.C.
that highlights the poetic atmosphere of each city.A total of nine locally invested poetry editors submitted material for the book, while three anthology editors (one from each city) made the final selections for the book/5(15). The Pacific Coast, where most of these poems are set, is foreign to me, a (nearly) life-long Vermonter.
I really liked the descriptions of the land and the weather. But most of all, I love the tenderness and respect for nature, for simple pleasures, and honest work, and the many amusing stories recounted in all of these narratives.5/5(3).
Contemporary Pacific Islander poetry most commonly includes oral and written poetry composed by authors who are genealogically linked to the indigenous people of the areas of the Pacific known as Polynesia, Melanesia, and Micronesia.
While many of these poets live within the Poems from the Pacific book Basin,” there are also many residing in the United States. Katrina Roberts is the Mina Schwabacher Professor in English and the Humanities and the Paul Garrett Fellow in the Humanties at Whitman is author of Friendly Fire, Winner of the Idaho Prize in Poetry; How Late Desire Looks, which won the Peregrine Smith Poetry Prize; and The Quick, an early volume in the Pacific Northwest work appears in The Pushcart Prize 5/5(1).
The book includes a clutch of poems by Samoan poet Faumuina Felolini Maria Tafuna’i. Faumuina was previously published in Fika () and is a spoken word poet, particularly on issues affecting Pacific Island people such as sea level rise, heritage and self identification.
Both books were published by independent PNG publishers. His poetry has been published in such periodicals as the USP students’ UNISPAC, the Mana section of Pacific Islands Monthly, Kakamora Reporter, News Drum, Solomon Star, Solomon Toktok and Youth Today, and in such books as Lali, Possibilities, Some Modern Poetry from Solomon Islands and Twenty Four Poems of the Solomons.
After teaching at. Diamond Mine: The Essence of Poetry by Kimberley N. Powell. ISBN Published by National Pacific Press. Recommended retail price $ This poetry book is involved with the elements of human nature.
It vividly mimics the beauties and ironies of romance and passionately unearths the intricacies of purpose and growth. I am an author of Young Adult Fiction books. I worked as a teacher in the Pacific Islands for seven years. Whilst in the Solomon Islands I taught PSSC English before the ethnic tension in forced a change of plans.
I love Pacific literature, art and music. You can find me on Facebook at Beth Montgomery Author. View my complete profile. Dr Selina Tusitala Marsh is an Auckland-based Pacific poet and scholar of Samoan, Tuvaluan, English, Scottish and French descent.
She is the author of two collections of poetry, Fast Talking PI () and Dark Sparring (). She is a professor of Pacific literature at the University of Aukland, New Zealand.
For a more comprehensive survey of Pacific Islander poets, I worked with the Poetry Foundation to create an online resource that features a robust series of links to authors and essays. I am grateful to Don Share of Poetry magazine for his support and to. 13 Books by Pacific Islanders We've rounded up must-read works from the South Pacific Photo by Marek Okon on Unsplash Her book, Iep Jaltok: Poems from a Marshallese Daughter, pulls from personal and familial stories to create an illuminating collection of poetry about Marshallese politics.
Nance Van Winckel's wry, provocative slant on the world and her command of images and ideas enliven these stunning poems. Presented in two parts, Pacific Walkers first gives imagined voice to anonymous dead individuals, entries in the John Doe network of the Spokane County Medical Examiner's Records.
The focus then shifts to named but now-forgotten individuals in a discarded early 5/5(1). Independent Publisher Book Awards Most Outstanding Design Winner Most outdoor enthusiasts understand the phrase “turn around time” as that point in an adventure when you must cease heading out in order to have enough time to safely return to camp or home--regardless of whether you have reached your destination.
For award-winning novelist David Guterson, it is also a metaphor for where. The Pacific. By Jennifer Jean. There were no road rails. I remember no road rails and the death depth off the cliffs.
we motored along. I remember speed in a parched Chevy clunker that could not have sped, and bench seats, and no buckles, and bare thighs peeling off faux leather. at every hairpin. "In Craig Santos Perezʻs poetry we hear the movement of the Pacific Ocean; turning each page we hear the oars of the people navigating the ocean.
" These poems "offer a necessary critical, historical perspective on American ownership, Western tourism, and simultaneous erasure of the island of Guam." in one of the book's most moving.
A co-editor of Poetry Pacific, Allen works as a junior accountant in Vancouver. Since gr Allen has had poetry appear in more than 70 literary publications across 16 countries, which include Cordite Poetry Review, Literary Review of Canada, Poetry Scotland, Shampoo and Spillway. Pacific Press.
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Genre/Form: Poetry: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Allison, Guy Selwin. Poems of the Pacific. San Francisco, Calif.: Press of H.S. Crocker Co., Refugium Poems for the Pacific Edited by Yvonne Blomer.
While in the world of politics there are still climate change deniers, the poets watch the warming seas, the dying birds slicked in oil, the whales, the jellies, the sea otters and the octopus. Directory of poets and poetry in the Pacific Northwest.
Selections of poetry, reviews, information on special public poetry performances, venues with regularly scheduled readings, books and CDs, and links to selected poetry resources.Hamill once suggested that Ezra Pound’s Cathay was the most influential book of the 20th Century (7). Rexroth’s One Hundred Poems from the Chinese was quite influential as well and Rexroth may be considered the next important West Coast poem after Jeffers.
He considered “Tu Fu the greatest non-epic, non dramatic poet who has survived in. ‘The Pacific Islands: Environment and Society’ by Moshe Rapaport. Another very good reference book of the encyclopaedia kind that holds a lot of valuable information on the Pacific Islands.
Pleasantly (and simply) written, it broaches all the important subjects every Pasifika lover may be interested in. Definitely worthy of your attention!