Works Cited

Chapter One

“Aengus.” Wikipedia. 22 July 2017. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aengus. Accessed 10 August 2017.

“Apollo” “List of Knowledge Deities.” Wikipedia. 8 Aug 2017. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apollo. Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

“Bragi.” “List of Knowledge Deities.” Wikipedia. 8 June 2017. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bragi. Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

Currey, Mason. Daily Rituals: How Artists Work. Knopf, 2013.

Elbow, Peter. Writers Without Teachers, 2nd ed. Oxford, 1998. 5-6.

Heyen, William. “The Tooth.” Crazyhorse in Stillness. BOA, 1995.

Hirsch, Edward. “Walking with His Muse, a Poet Becomes His Own Destination.” The Washington Post. Apr 20, 2008. www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/04/17/AR2008041703573.html. Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

Hugo, Richard. “Introduction.” The Triggering Town. Norton, 1982. xi.

Israel, David K. “Top 10 Baseball Player Rituals. Mental Floss. 9 July 2009. mentalfloss.com/article/22196/top-10-baseball-player-rituals. Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

Lindley, Jennifer K. “While You Were Sleeping…” Real Simple. Aug 2014: 105-13.

Lorca, Federico García. “Theory and Function of the Duende.” Trans. J.L. Gilli. Toward the Open Field: Poets on the Art of Poetry 1800-1950, ed. Kwansy, Melissa. Wesleyan UP, 2004. 197-208.

“Meditation.” Wikipedia. 29 July 2017. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meditation. Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

Payne, Jessica qtd. in Stern, Doreen. “Sleep: A Better Bet Than Playing the Lottery.” The Stepping Stone         (57): 37-39. 2015, https://www.soa.org/library/newsletters/stepping-stone/2015/stp-2015-iss57-stern.aspx. Accessed 4 March 2018.

Rohrer, Matthew. “The Painted Couple.” A Hummock in the Malookas. Norton, 1995.

Samuelson, Arnold. With Hemingway: A Year in Key West and Cuba. Random House, 1984. p. 11.

Schulz, Kathryn. “Writing in the Dark: Confessions of a Literary Night Owl.” New York Magazine. 3 May 2012. nymag.com/arts/books/features/kathryn-schulz-2012-5/. Accessed 10 August 2017.

The Doc. “7 Great Examples of Scientific Discoveries Made in Dreams.” Famous Scientists: The Art of Genius. www.famousscientists.org/7-great-examples-of-scientific-discoveries-made-in-dreams/. Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

“William E. Stafford.” Poetry Foundation. www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/william-e-stafford. Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

Chapter Two

Dickinson, Emily. Letter 3242a. Ed. Johnson and Theodora Van Wagenen Ward. The Letters of Emily Dickinson (1958).

Dunn, Stephen. “The Insistence of Beauty” The Insistence of Beauty. Norton, 2004.

Rukeyser, Muriel. The Life of Poetry. Paris P, 1996. pp. 11, 21.

“The Tone List.” Poetry In Voice. 2016. www.poetryinvoice.com/teachers/lesson-plans/tone-map/tone-list.        Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

Chapter Three

2015 Subaru Outback. Real Simple. Aug 2014. p. 26.

“A Red, Red Rose.” Wikipedia. 3 Aug 2017. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Red,_Red_Rose. Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

Arnold, Jeremy. “What is the Purpose of Poetry?” Quora. 6 Dec 2016. www.quora.com/What-is-the-purpose-of-poetry. Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

Bonczek, Michelle. “The Hitchhiker.” The Art of the Nipple. Orange Monkey Publishing, 2013.

Burkard, Michael. “Hat Angel.” Unsleeping: Poems. Sarabande: 2001.

Collins, Billy. “Osso Bucco.” The Art of Drowning. U of Pittsburgh P, 1995.

Dockins, Mike. “American Love Story.” Slouching in the Path of a Comet. Sage Hill P, 2007.

Duhamel, Denise. “Kinky” Kinky. Orchises, 1997.

Evory, Robert. “Garlic.” Used with poet’s permission.

Hugo, Richard. “The Triggering Town.” The Triggering Town. Norton, 1982. p. 11.

Hirsch, Edward. “Poem.” How to Read a Poem and Fall in Love with Poetry. Harcourt, 1999.

“Image.” Merriam-Webster Dictionary. www.merriam webster.com/dictionary/image. Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

Kasischke, Laura. “Confections.” Fire and Flower. Alice James, 1998.

Kasischke, Laura. “Hostess.” Fire and Flower. Alice James, 1998.

Laux, Dorianne. “The Shipfitter’s Wife.” Smoke. BOA, 2013.

“Metaphor. “Owen Barfield. Academy of American Poets. 6 Apr 2001. https://www.poets.org/poetsorg/text/metaphor

Nezhukumatathil, Amy. “Gulabjamoon Jar.” Miracle Fruit. Tupelo P, 2003.

Nye, Naomi Shihab. “Mint Snowball. “ Never in a Hurry: Essays on People and Places. U of South Carolina P, 1996.

“In Response to Student Misconduct, Dartmouth to Ban Hard Liquor.” New York Times. Jan 29 2015. www.nytimes.com/2015/01/30/us/in-response-to-student-misconduct-dartmouth-to-ban-hard-liquor-at-parties.html. Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

“Sense.” Merriam-Webster Dictionary. www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sense. Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

Snider, Bruce. “Chemistry.” Paradise, Indiana. LSU P, 2012.

Steinbeck, John. The Grapes of Wrath. New York: Penguin, 2006.

Trakl, Georg. “The Sun.” Twenty Poems by George Trakl. Trans. Robert Bly and James Wright. Sixties P, 1961.

“Vision.” Merriam-Webster Dictionary. www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/vision. Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

Chapter Four

Addonizio, Kim. “Eating Together.” What is This Thing Called Love. Norton, 2005.

Brimhall, Traci. “Our Bodies Break Light” Our Lady of Ruins. Norton, 2014.

Burroway, Janet. Writing Fiction: A Guide to Narrative Craft, 9th ed. Longman, 2014.

Collins, Billy. “Seventy-Five Needles in the Haystack of Poetry.” The Best American Poetry 2006. Ed David Lehman. Scribner, 2006.

Gardner, John. The Art of Fiction: Notes on Craft for Young Writers. Vintage, 1991.

Hagen, Uta with Haskel Frankel. Respect for Acting. Wiley, 2008.

Heyen, William. “Job.” Crazyhorse in Stillness. BOA, 1995.

Hugo, Richard. The Triggering Town. Norton, 1992.

ISBNOutput Report for 2002-2013(PDF)R.R. Bowker. www.bowker.com/documents/isbn-output-report-2002-2013.html. Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

Keats, John. Selected Letters. Penguin, 2015.

Lee, Li Young. “Eating Together.” Rose. BOA, 1993.

McGrath, Campbell. Shannon: A Poem of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Ecco, 2013.

Wilde, Oscar (1905). “De Profundis” The Literature Network. www.online-literature.com/wilde/. Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

Chapter Five

Clay, S. Marie. “Prayer-Bone.” Used with the poet’s permission.

Collins, Billy. “Litany.” Nine Hoses: Poems. Random House, 2003.

Heyen, Willam. “Passover: The Injections.” Erika: Poems of the Holocaust. Time Being, 1991.

Holmes, Tom. “The First Potter’s Advice.” Used with the poet’s permission.

Howell, Christopher. “Dinner Out.” Light’s Ladder. U of WA P, 2004.

Hurst, Bethany Schultz. “The Settler.” Miss Lost Nation. Anhinga, 2013.

Lee, Li-Young. “A Story.” The City in Which I Love You. BOA, 1990.

Nezhukumatathil, Aimee. “Lewis and Clark Disagree.” Miracle Fruit. Tupelo, 2003.

Snider, Bruce. “Epitaph.” Paradise, Indiana. LSU P, 2012.

Sweeney, Chad. “The Mile.” Arranging the Blaze: Poems. Anhinga, 2009.

Trakl, Georg “Age.” trans. Stephen Tapscott. Georg Trakl: Poems. Oberlin College P, 2011.

“Verse.” Wiktionary, 14 June, 2017. en.wiktionary.org/wiki/verse. Accessed 8 Aug 2017.

Wright, James. “A Blessing.” Poetry Foundation. Accessed 8 Aug, 2017.

Chapter Six

Duhamel, Denise. “Lines.” Star Spangled Banner, 2nd ed. Southern Illinois UP, 1999.

Frost, Robert. “Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening.” The Poetry of Robert Frost: The Collected Poems. Ed. Edward Connery Lathem. Owl Books, 1979.

Hugo, Richard. “The Lady at Kicking Horse Reservoir.” Making Certain it Goes On: The Collected Poems of Richard Hugo. Norton, 1991.

Jeffers, Robinson. “Shine, Perishing Republic.” Selected Poems. Vintage, 1965.

Jeffers, Robinson. “The Eye.” Robinson Jeffers: Selected Poems. Vintage, 1965.

Levine, Phillip. “They Feed They Lion.” New and Selected Poems. Knopf, 2004.

Olson, Charles. “Projective Verse.” Poetry Foundation, 13 Oct, 2009. www.poetryfoundation.org/articles/69406/projective-verse. Accessed 8 Aug 2017.

Poe, Edgar Allen. “The Raven.” Edgar Allen Poe: Complete Tales and Poems. 2003. Castle Books, 2009.

Valentine, Jean. “The Messenger.” Door in the Mountain: New and Collected Poems: 1965-2003. Wesleyan, 2004.

Wordsworth, William. “The Daffodils.” The Collected Poems of William Wordsworth, Revised ed. Wordsworth Editions, 2006.

Wordsworth, William. “The World is Too Much With Us.” The Collected Poems of William Wordsworth, Revised Ed. Wordsworth Editions, 2006.

Chapter Seven

Brimhall, Traci. “Aubade With a Broken Neck.” Rookery. Southern Illinois UP, 2010.

Bonczek, Michelle. “Lake Affected.” Used with the poet’s permission.

Edson, Russell. “Ape and Coffee.” The Tunnel: Selected Poems of Russell Edson. Oberlin College P, 1994.

Frost, Robert. “Directive.” The Poetry of Robert Frost: The Collected Poems. Ed. Edward Connery Lathem. Owl Books, 1979.

“Ghazal: Poetic Form.” Academy of American Poets. 21 Feb 2014. www.poets.org/poetsorg/text/ghazal-poetic-form. Accessed 10 August 2017.

Johnson, Peter and Bly, Robert (1998) “Interview: The Art Of The Prose Poem,” The Prose Poem: An International Journal: Vol. 7 , Article 52. digitalcommons.providence.edu/prosepoem/vol7/iss1/52. Accessed 10 August 2017.

Moore, Devon. “Motion Sick.” Apology of Girl Who’s Told She’s Going to Hell. Mayapple, 2015.

Plath, Sylvia. “Mad Girl’s Love Song.” The Bell Jar. Harper Perennial, 2005.

Rhoades, Melissa. “Dutch East India Company.” Used with poet’s permission.

Rukeyser, Muriel. “Ballad of Orange and Grape.” A Muriel Rukeyser Reader. Norton, 1995.

Skelton, Robin. The Shapes of Our Singing. EWU P, 2002.

Smith, Patricia.“Hip Hop Ghazal.” Poetry, July/August 2007, p. 254.

“Surrealists.” Poetry Foundation. www.poetryfoundation.org/learn/glossary-terms/surrealism. Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

Sweeney, Chad. “Michigan Sestina.” Used with the poet’s permission.

Chapter Eight

Bonczek, Michelle. “19-19.” Used with poet’s permission.

Burroway, Janet. Writing Fiction: A Guide to Narrative Craft, 9th ed. Longman, 2014.

Nye, Naomi Shihab. The Language of Life (BBC Radio Presents): A Festival of Poets. Interviews by Bill Moyers. Random House Audio, 1995.

“Revision.” Online Etymological Dictionary. www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=revision. Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

Sellers, Heather. The Practice of Creative Writing: A Guide for Students, 3rd ed. Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2016.

Chapter Nine

“Famous Author Rejection Letters: True Stories of Unbelievable Rejections.” Writersrelief. 26 July 2011. Writersrelief.com/blog/2011/07/famous-author-rejection-letters/. Accessed 10 Aug 2017.

Chapter Ten

“Poetry Everywhere with Garrison Keillor.” PBS. 3 March 2011. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/poetryeverywhere/

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