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Re: [BKARTS] looking for suggested reading of Susan Howe



Thanks, Cara. I've ordered The Midnight, but it's on back order so who
knows when I'll get it. I'll check into those as well. Hopefully, I can get
them at least in time for some enjoyable holiday reading.

~ Tammy

At 10:47 PM 11/8/04 +0000, you wrote:
Hi Tammy,

I love Susan Howe's work.  My favorite of her books is Pierce-Arrow, and
Frame Structures is also really good - - it's a collection of her earlier
poems.  Enjoy!

Cara

Cara Schlesinger
Faenwyl Studio
Brooklyn and Youngsville, NY

-- Tammy Powley <janine@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi everyone,

I'm just now discovering Susan Howe and would appreciate any suggestions
for reading her work. (I'm a big Emily Dickinson fan so her
_My_Emily_Dickinson_ is a for sure read.) I know she's got a number of
poetry books published, but I'm not sure where to begin. Since many of you
write poetry for your books, I thought someone on the list might have a
suggestion or two.

~ Tammy

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