Friday, June 19, 2009

Claire Hero

Ross wants us to read Claire Hero. Here's some of her poems.

I just actually read her book and I liked it.


Blogger Jordan said...

Seconded. I have the Dancing Girl book - is there another one out?

10:40 AM  
Blogger Johannes said...

Noemi Press I believe published the one I read.


10:43 AM  
Blogger Ross Brighton said...

She also released Afterpastures through Caketrain a year or two ago. I think it's still available, and has one of the best covers ive seen in quite a while. Very good, and I just ordered the DGP one. There's an ulterior motive in that she taught me, but I only read her work just before she moved back to NY.
Very good example of a teacher who doesn't push an agenda. Out class was so hetrogenous as to be sometimes confusing.

8:32 PM  
Blogger adams24 said...

I like the LPZ poems linked to a lot! They seem very Celanian to me or, derivative in the best sense: if, so to speak, the soil is good, then who cares that it's not a wholly new ground! Is t just me or is originality over-rated? If the work is good, then I believe that's as much as one can ask for. This view does not, I hope, suggest I don't love when writers work the wild of words. I hope everyone's doing well!

4:29 PM  
Blogger Johannes said...

Yes, the entire book I read was Celan-influenced. But I think we only notice the influence when that influence is someone original like Celan.


5:10 PM  
Blogger Danielle said...

Claire Hero Sing Mongrel Noemi Press

4:20 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Many thanks for the link. Claire Hero was my teacher not so many years ago when she was in New Zealand. It was a privilege.

5:13 AM  

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