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Author: David Wevill

David Wevill is a poet, translator, and editor whose work has been awarded with an Arts Council Book Prize, the Richard Hillary Prize, and a Guggenheim Fellowship. His books include A CHRIST OF THE ICE-FLOES (Tavern Books, 2016), WHERE THE ARROW FALLS (Tavern Books, 2016), DEPARTURES: SELECTED POEMS (Shearsman Books, 2013), and CASUAL TIES (Tavern Books, 2010). His poetry has appeared in numerous publications, including The New York Times, The New Yorker, Harper's, The Listener, The Observer, The Spectator, and on the BBC. He lives in Austin, Texas.

A Christ of the Ice-Floes
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A Christ of the Ice-Floes

Tavern Books

Poetry. The poems in this collection are concerned with the moods and forces that shape and destroy life. At the book's core, themes of silence, restlessness, loss, and growth form a patterned sequence, while images of birds, water, and darkness ele...

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Casual Ties
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Casual Ties

Tavern Books

Poetry. By turns surreal, absurd, allegorical, and meta-fictional, this genre-defying cult classic of 33 linked sketches shows us a voice searching for meaning in the landscapes of intellect and ardor. This is a book of exquisite structures, of enco...

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Departures: Selected Poems
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Departures: Selected Poems

Shearsman Books

Poetry. This second edition, issued on the 10th anniversary of its first publication, is presented in a larger format, with a larger typeface, and with a few very minor typographical errors corrected, but is otherwise unchanged. This collection cove...

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Where the Arrow Falls
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Where the Arrow Falls

Tavern Books

Poetry. WHERE THE ARROW FALLS, first published in Canada in 1973, still stands as a triumph of personal mythmaking. We read the songs, elegies, and haunting modern pastorals of an individual negotiating realms of infinite renewal and possibility. Co...

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