Robert Pinsky: Poems

Notes and references

Notes and citations

  1. ^ "Obituary". Sun Sentinel
  2. ^ D'Amato, Anthony (May 7, 2010). "Jersey: 'The Most American State?' - What does a three-term United States Poet Laureate have to say about growing up in New Jersey? Find out in this month's Q & A with Robert Pinsky". New Jersey Monthly. Retrieved September 6, 2011.  "My aunts and uncles and cousins and parents all attended Long Branch High School, as did my brother and sister and I."
  3. ^ Stanford citation. Google Books
  4. ^ "Robert Pinsky". PSU.edu
  5. ^ "Pinsky teaches poetry to the world"
  6. ^ "Robert Pinsky, New Page 1". Cary Academy
  7. ^ a b Sleigh, Tom (Summer 1998). "Robert Pinsky". BOMB Magazine. Retrieved June 19, 2012. 
  8. ^ Cavalieri, Grace. "The Poet and the Poem". WPFW-FM (1996-96 season)
  9. ^ Downing & Kunitz (1996). "Interview". The Art of Poetry
  10. ^ Hartman, Charles Free Verse - an essay on Prosody Princeton University Press, Princeton 1980 ISBN 9780810113169
  11. ^ Pinsky, Robert (1998). The Sounds of Poetry -A Brief Guide. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux. ISBN 0374266956. 
  12. ^ "Robert Pinsky". Today (Library of Congress). 1999. 
  13. ^ McKinley, Jesse (April 3, 1998). "People (Not All Famous) As the Greatest Poem". The New York Times. Retrieved September 6, 2011. 
  14. ^ "Robert Pinsky adapts Wallenstein for Shakespeare Theater". Washington Post. April 18, 2013. 
  15. ^ Eichler, Jeremy (March 21, 2011). "Second Life: ‘Death and the Powers’ from ART". Boston Globe. Retrieved September 6, 2011. 
  16. ^ Interactive Fiction "Interactive Fiction". Electronic Book Review
  17. ^ Pinsky, Robert. Selected Poems. MacMillan. 
  18. ^ Jollimore, Troy (March 17, 2011). "Robert Pinsky's Selected Poems Reviewed". Washington Post
  19. ^ Pinsky, Robert (January 12, 2012). "Wild Ride Through America". New York Books
  20. ^ Hobgood, Laurence. "Robert Pinsky". Boston.com
  21. ^ "Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky". Boston.com. February 23, 2012. 
  22. ^ HOTUD. "Mindware". My Abandonware
  23. ^ Pinsky, Robert; Hales, Steve (Programmer); Mataga, William (Programmer); Blair, Richard; Foster, Kazuko = (Illustrator) (1984). Mindware: An Electronic Novel (First ed.). Synapse and Broderbund. ASIN B00146ENOS. 

Books and printed materials

  • The Art of Poetry LXXVI: Robert Pinsky" The Paris Review No. 144 (1997), pp. 180–213 (interview)

Online resources

  • Library of Congress Online Resources
  • "Modernism and Memory," Pinsky's lecture from the 2010 Key West Literary Seminar
  • "In a deepening room," ArchitectureBoston Magazine, Summer 2014: Books (Volume 18 n2)

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