Show simple item record Bly, Robert MacQueen, James Locke, Duane Britt, Alan Roth, Paul Scheibli, Silvia Lustig, Bill Hayes, Charles Steflik, Mary Ann Baty, Robert Russell, Norman H. Gershgoren, Sid Shears Jenkinson, J.S. Wolven, Fred Sobin, A.G. Jacob, John Cardona-Hine, Alvaro Wyatt, Charles Thorne, Evelyn Tagliarno, Salvatore Jaworski, Richard Smith, Harry Boxer, Ray Bottosto, Rando Stern, Robert Fazio, Damon
dc.contributor.editor Locke, Duane 2018-12-18T17:08:57Z 2018-12-18T17:08:57Z 1972
dc.description I want poems from the wild and untamed imagination liberated by symbolism and surrealism to express inwardness as formed by a relationship to the natural world. Poems that are mystical experience, Blakian this-worldly mysticism, a visionary poetry that is engendered by an intense love of nature-and not poems that are about mystical experience, or describe mystical experience. Ulitimately the poems I want have no themes, describe nothing, and are in rational terms inexplicable. I want none of this theme and execution poetry whose subject matter is nature, none of these sentimental outpourings of faked or undeveloped emotions about the natural world. I repeat that I want poems are mystical experience created by an intense and complex love of nature. Poems that are to be experienced as something holy. Poems that are rituals of imagery praising the sacred minerals, vegetables and animals as the creators of the inward self. Often this praise will be an outpouring of despair, for despair is one of the most genuine forms of praise. These poems will be hymns or cries from an interiority so fused with nature that stones, rain puddles, sandspurs, snails, sting-rays, warblers, and armadillos can speak one's inwardness and make him real. I want poems akin to Pablo Neruda's The Elementary Odes, Karl Krolow's Siegreiche Vegetation (Vicious Vegetation), Jules Supervielle's Saisir (Seize), and Garcia Lorca's El Lagarto Viejo (The Old Lizard). en_US
dc.description.abstract UT Review: A Continuing Anthology of Immanentist and Other Poetries.UT Review was published from 1972-1982. It was preceded by Poetry Review, published 1964-1971, and succeeded by Abatis, published 1972-1982, and Tampa Review published 1988-present: en_US
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dc.publisher University of Tampa en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries 1;2
dc.subject American poetry -- 20th century -- Periodicals en_US
dc.title UT Review (1972) Vol.1 No.2 en_US
dc.title.alternative UT Review en_US
dc.title.alternative UT Review: A Continuing Anthology of Poetry en_US
dc.type Book en_US

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