Early/Late by Philip Fried
New & Selected Poems

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Early/Late: New and Selected Poems draws from Philip Fried's previous four collections of poetry. These highly praised books explored such themes as the tribulations of a vulnerable deity and the intersection of personal myth and historical moment. The new poems, in a section titled ""The Emanation Crunch,"" are haunted by the current financial turmoil and possessed by the disembodied voices that multiply in our world of simulacra. ""This skillful and memorable first selection can seem like the work of three or four different poets, thought wit and civility hold it together.""-Publishers Weekly
 

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Lynn Saville is a New York-based photographer who has exhibited and taught internationally. Her work is in major collections at the Brooklyn Museum, the Milwaukee Art Museum, and the California Museum of Photography, and her awards include a New York Foundation for the Arts fellowship. Philip Fried is the author of two books of poetry, "Mutual Trespasses" (Ion Books, 1988) and "Quantum Genesis" (Zohar Press, 1997). He is the founding editor of the poetry journal "The Manhattan Review" and lives in New York with his wife, Lynn Saville. Bill Moyers is a distinguished broadcast journalist and author. He was selected to the Television Hall of Fame in 1995 and has received numerous awards and honors, including more than 30 Emmy awards for excellence. His most recent book, "The Language of Life," examines the lives of several poets. Joseph Rosa is chief curator at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., and curated an exhibition of Lynn Saville's photographs at Columbia University in 1995. He is the author of "A Constructed View: The Architectural Photography of Julius Shulman" (Rizzoli, 1994) and "Albert Frey, Architect" (Rizzoli, 1990).
 
Published August 12, 2011 by Salmon Poetry. 162 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Big Men Speaking to Little Men (2006), making up most of the last half of this collection, casts aside divinity for carefully ironized versions of family history: nostalgic at times, more outwardly conventional, these pages may nonetheless hold his strongest work.

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