Broadsides Etc.

Broadside

$20.00 (available copies: 44)

Hayden Carruth has published numerous books of poetry and criticism. He won the 1996 National Book Award for Scrambled Eggs & Whiskey (Copper Canyon Press, 1996), and his Collected Shorter Poems: 1946-1991 (1992) received the National Book Critics Circle Award.

Edition: 500 copies designed and printed by Sam Hamill and Daniel Urban at Copper Canyon Press, celebrating "A Tribute to Hayden Carruth," sponsored by the Lannan Foundation and the Poetry Society of America on October 12, 2001. The calligraphy is by Stephen Addiss.

300 copies have been printed on Arches Platine.

dimensions (h x w): 15 x 7

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Broadside, signed

$45.00 (available copies: 22)

Hayden Carruth has published numerous books of poetry and criticism. He won the 1996 National Book Award for Scrambled Eggs & Whiskey (Copper Canyon Press, 1996), and his Collected Shorter Poems: 1946-1991 (1992) received the National Book Critics Circle Award.

Edition: 500 copies designed and printed by Sam Hamill and Daniel Urban at Copper Canyon Press, celebrating "A Tribute to Hayden Carruth," sponsored by the Lannan Foundation and the Poetry Society of America on October 12, 2001. The calligraphy is by Stephen Addiss.

200 copies printed on Inomachi were signed by the poet.

dimensions (h x w): 15 x 7

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Broadside of Try to Praise the Mutilated World, signed

$45.00 (available copies: 9)

Adam Zagajewski's poetry collections in English include Without End: New and Selected Poems (Farrar Straus and Giroux 2002); Mysticism for Beginners (1997); Canvas (1991); and Tremor (1985). His essay collections in English include Another Beauty (2000); Two Cities (1995); and Solidarity, Solitude (1990).

Edition: 250 copies were printed for a Tribute to Contemporary Polish Poetry sponsored by the Poetry Society of America on March 13, 2002 at Cooper Union. The poem "Try to Praise the Mutilated World" was printed in the September 11th, 2001 issue of The New Yorker.

dimensions (h x w): 14 x 10

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The Frost Medal Lecture, signed by Richard Wilbur and Stanley Kunitz

$100.00 (available copies: 23)

This Frost Medal Lecture was originally a reading and a talk delivered by Richard Wilbur at the Poetry Society of America's 86th Annual Awards Ceremony. Stanley Kunitz delivered the introductory remarks. The event was held April 19th, 1996. The Frost Medal is awarded annually at the discretion of the Poetry Society of America's Board of Governors for distinguished lifetime achievement in American poetry.

This book was published by William Drenttel New York in support of the Poetry Society of America. The edition is limited to 100 copies signed by Richard Wilbur and Stanley Kuntiz. The text has been set in Perpetua. The book was designed by Linda Josefowicz and Jeffrey Tyson. The binding is by Campbell-Logan Bindery in Minneapolis.

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