Nomina

Nomina Karen Volkman s first book Crash s Law was a National Poetry Series selection published by W W Norton in Her second book Spar received the Iowa Poetry Prize and the James Laughlin Award

  • Title: Nomina
  • Author: Karen Volkman
  • ISBN: 9781934414064
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Paperback
  • Karen Volkman s first book, Crash s Law, was a National Poetry Series selection, published by W.W Norton in 1996 Her second book, Spar, received the Iowa Poetry Prize and the 2002 James Laughlin Award from the Academy of American Poets Her poems have appeared in numerous anthologies, including The Best American Poetry, The Pushcart Prize Anthology, and The Norton IntrodKaren Volkman s first book, Crash s Law, was a National Poetry Series selection, published by W.W Norton in 1996 Her second book, Spar, received the Iowa Poetry Prize and the 2002 James Laughlin Award from the Academy of American Poets Her poems have appeared in numerous anthologies, including The Best American Poetry, The Pushcart Prize Anthology, and The Norton Introduction to Poetry.From Brown is the flat Brown is the flat gestation of a maze,grass grown remembrance of a second lookthe field holds open like a nascent bookin which the wind has written, Sudden strays,sudden numbers beat the roots of daysbranched intangibles a stupor tookand slept and stroked and scattered in a shookhaze of wakenings, refracting raysoutleaping their seasons, daughters of a glanceago ahead, a retrograde advance.

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  • Yet another powerful and outright shenanigy American poets that you really, really hope get their due. Volkman toys with form here, adhering to classical poetic structure, but letting the verse overflow with her awry, almost sexual apocalyptic imagery. Great stuff.


  • It's interesting to me how the sonnet form, and the tether it puts on the poet, helps to make this book more accessible to me (I say this thinking mainly of Spar, and its latitude of image, which I often found difficult to keep up with). What I see with Nomina is that the poems are very interested in the idea of wholeness, or what I feel is the tension that one can draw between that whole and the intense relation maintained by the parts in making that whole.


  • Goes great w some 90's ethereal goth. Atmospheric, never quite sure where you are, but you kind of like it there - kind of poetry.





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