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The Room and the World
Essays on the Poet Stephen Dunn

Edited by Laura McCullough

Foreword by Dave Smith

Cloth $45.00s    |    978-0-8156-3335-8    |    2013

ebook 978-0-8156-5223-6

"The Room & the World aptly captures the minute and the far-reaching in Stephen Dunn’s impressive body of work. Laura McCullough has curated and culled essays that accentuate the full breadth and depth of the man, while always holding a critical eye to what matters; these shaped reflections and keen insights direct the reader deeper into Dunn’s poetry, his formal control and philosophical wit which grapples with our everyday lives, and we meet a citizen of acute memory and astute dreaming, a voice that risks profundity. The Room & the World helps us to gauge the man behind an unforgettable language of daily living and imagination."—Yusef Komunyakaa, author of The Chameleon Couch: Poems

  The Room and the World

  Stephen Dunn is the author of sixteen books, including Different Hours, which won the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for poetry. He is Distinguished Professor of Creative Writing at Richard Stockton College. Laura McCullough is a poet and writer whose books include Rigger Death and Hoist Another, Panic, and Speech Acts.

6 x 9, 344 pages, I b/w illustration, works cited, index

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