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Author: David Trinidad
ISBN: 1933527471
Pages: 512 pages
Publisher: Turtle Point Press; First Edition edition (September 6, 2011)
Language: English
Category: History & Criticism
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e-Book Dear Prudence: New and Selected Poems epub download

by David Trinidad



Dear Prudence: New & Selected Poems is a formidable collection that makes a strong case for David Trinidad to have a part in the conversation of current major American poets.

Dear Prudence: New & Selected Poems is a formidable collection that makes a strong case for David Trinidad to have a part in the conversation of current major American poets. -Gina Myers, Coldfront. David Trinidad (born 1953) is an American poet. Trinidad was born in Los Angeles, California. In the early 1980s, he was one of a group of poets who were active at the Beyond Baroque Literary/Arts Center in Venice, California. Other members of this group included Dennis Cooper, Bob Flanagan, and Amy Gerstler

And an obsession wit I enjoyed David Trinidad's New and Selected Poems. He is of the New York School, grandson of Frank O'Hara and son of James Schuyler

And an obsession wit I enjoyed David Trinidad's New and Selected Poems. He is of the New York School, grandson of Frank O'Hara and son of James Schuyler. He combines an air of improvisation with a keen sense of form.

Trinidad’s first book of poems, Pavane, was published in 1981. Dear Prudence: New and Selected Poems (2011). In the early 1980s, Trinidad was one of a group of poets who were active at the Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center in Venice, California. Other members of this group included Dennis Cooper, Bob Flanagan, Amy Gerstler, Jack Skelley, and Ed Smith. Peyton Place: A Haiku Soap Opera (2013). Notes on a Past Life (2016).

And here is the collection all David Trinidad fans have been waiting for-the first book to have works from all his previous books along with forty new poems: Dear Prudence: New and Selected Poems. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

In his first book, Pavane (1981), David Trinidad included a poem titled The Peasant Girl, derived from Charles . Trinidad’s hefty retrospective, Dear Prudence, makes good on this early promise to make poetry extravagant, delightful, and valuable.

In his first book, Pavane (1981), David Trinidad included a poem titled The Peasant Girl, derived from Charles Perrault’s fairy tale Diamonds and Toads.

This magnum opus confirms David Trinidad's place in the poetic firmament: he is simply the best we have. Jacqueline Susann meets Sei Shonagon? Trinidad manages to combine neo-formalist abstraction with dripping gorgeous figuration: Bonnard's wet dream.

David Trinidad’s other books include Dear Prudence: New and Selected Poems (2011) and Peyton Place: A Haiku Soap Opera (2013), both published by Turtle Point Press. Trinidad lives in Chicago, where he is a Professor of Creative Writing/Poetry at Columbia College. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.

David Trinidad is the author of more than a dozen books, including Peyton Place: A Haiku Soap Opera (2013), Dear Prudence: New and Selected Poems (2011), The Late Show (2007), and Plasticville (2000), a finalist for the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize. He has received awards from The Fund for Poetry and the New York Foundation for the Arts, and his work has appeared in numerous periodicals and several anthologies, including Best American Poetry, The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry, and Postmodern American Poetry: A Norton Anthology.

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Browse through David Trinidad's poems and quotes. 12 poems of David Trinidad. David Trinidad is the author of more than a dozen books, including Peyton Place: A Haiku Soap Opera (2013), Dear Prudence: New and Selected Poems (2011), The Late Show (2007), and Plasticville (2000), a finalist for the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize.

"This magnum opus confirms David Trinidad's place in the poetic firmament: he is simply the best we have. A worthy successor to James Schuyler, Trinidad writes soulfully and sometimes photorealistically about the melancholy threshold where dolls and stars become inner objects—dirty, glamorous, destructible. Jacqueline Susann meets Sei Shonagon? Trinidad manages to combine neo-formalist abstraction with dripping gorgeous figuration: Bonnard's wet dream."—Wayne Koestenbaum

"This is a volume celebratory in tone, panoramic in scope, funny, and genuinely moving. Trinidad is at the center of what's relevant in his art. And this collection is more vital and more enjoyable than any single performance he has given thus far."—D.A. Powell

"Trinidad attends to the present to see into the past with such needle point precision it's like encountering a perfectly appointed movie set where personal memory crosses intimately with cultural memory. Poetic form in Trinidad's hands is a metaphor for staking a claim on the material world even as it slips away in a shimmery Hollywood dissolve—a desperate, doomed reclamation of all that can never be held long enough."—Robyn Schiff

"Utterly deadpan and astonishingly fine" is how Publishers Weekly described the poems of David Trinidad. And here is the collection all David Trinidad fans have been waiting for—the first book to have works from all his previous books along with forty new poems: Dear Prudence: New and Selected Poems.

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Here it is folks, poetry for our time. The first poem complains about hearing the Ramones as muzack in a grocery store and then takes us on the whole history of a relationship with a girl through the punk scene. He does this in a pretty conventional form. I don't respect poetry that can't even keep rhythm. And I kind of agree with Frost that poetry without form is like tennis without a net. But after reading David Trinidad, I scratched my head and wondered what real relevance Robert Frost has in terms of what he's saying. At least he was fresh and still is really. It's all the other guys after the modern and post-modern poets who can't seem to find their own voice or something new and interesting to say. Well here it is, better than anybody I've read in my lifetime, the voice of today in poetry. I liked it so much I immediately started writing my own poetry again. Thank you for that, David. You're great.
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David is an original. His poems fall outside most classifications, except for Very Good. May not be to everyone's taste. But I'm greatly enjoying.