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Xylem & Heartwood

William Wright February 26, 2018

William Wright is a superlative poet In this book of days and seasons, he reclaims for us from modern life our natural history Something of Wordsworth, in the matter than in the manner, brings the world s physical apparatus close even when he speaks of this vanishing, and later, starblown night Without exaggeration, I say that his lines carry great power and o William Wright is a superlative poet In this book of days and seasons, he reclaims for us from modern life our natural history Something of Wordsworth, in the matter than in the manner, brings the world s physical apparatus close even when he speaks of this vanishing, and later, starblown night Without exaggeration, I say that his lines carry great power and open the way to a new, stunning lyricism Kelly Cherry, author of The Life and Death of Poetry Imagine a young Prospero afield in the rural South observing and inventing across a mysterious threshold where the two processes meet William Wright is that conjurer, tasting everything from dawn s wolf hued light to the fire of that cataclysmic star and all the flora and fauna that move through such illuminations His poetry in Xylem Heartwood is lush with necessity, intoxicating with synaesthesia, riveting with what Robert Penn Warren called the tangled glitter of syllables You ll want to read these thrifty and resonant poems aloud, repeatedly R T Smith, editor of Shenandoah and author of The Red Wolf William Wright is the young American poet most likely to discover a new way to frame the deep paradoxes of life and language shown before by Coleridge, by Rilke, and by James Wright His poems in Xylem Heartwood display a rare understanding of nature and its processes, and an even rarer sensitivity to the way certain minds are compelled toward nature Anyone who reads of the furrow plowed by the blonde mare, or of the shrouded conjuring of the milk witch, will recognize that Xylem Heartwood is another fine thread William Wright has stitched into the flag of American poetry Jesse Graves, author of Tennessee Landscape with Blighted Pine, winner of the 2011 Weatherford Award in Poetry and an Appalachian Writers Association Book of the Year Award


  • Title: Xylem & Heartwood
  • Author: William Wright
  • ISBN: 9781622294909
  • Page: 244
  • Format: Paperback
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