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Author: Gerald Costanzo
ISBN: 0918526922
Language: English
Pages: 77 pages
Category: Poetry
Publisher: BOA Editions Ltd.; 1 edition (January 1, 1994)
Rating: 4.6
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Start by marking Nobody Lives On Arthur Godfrey as Want to Read . I remmeber when Poet Gerald Costanzo came to the Introduction to Poetry Writing class I was taking at Boise State University, taught by Judith Root

Start by marking Nobody Lives On Arthur Godfrey as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. I remmeber when Poet Gerald Costanzo came to the Introduction to Poetry Writing class I was taking at Boise State University, taught by Judith Root. This was probably in the early 90s. He read his works to us and talked about writing.

Gerald Costanzo is an American poet and publisher. Since 1970, Costanzo has been on the faculty of the creative writing program at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Gerald Costanzo gets to the heart of the matter - and to the heart of his readers.

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Costanzo looks unflinchingly at our totems, artifacts and folkways, and sets them down just as they are, with a deadly. This is truly poetry in the American grain

Costanzo looks unflinchingly at our totems, artifacts and folkways, and sets them down just as they are, with a deadly. This is truly poetry in the American grain. Costanzo looks unflinchingly at our totems, artifacts and folkways, and sets them down just as they are, with a deadly but affectionate irony.

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"For twenty years I have enjoyed the high intelligence and marvelous, civilized wit of Gerald Costanzo's poems. These new poems are his best yet, sharper and more highly skilled, the products of a poet who has devoted his life to the thing he loves." —Paul Zimmer