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Author: Patrick Pritchett

Patrick Pritchett was born in 1957 in South Bend, Indiana. He earned his PhD at the University of Colorado-Boulder and has taught at Harvard University, Amherst College, and Westfield State. His scholarly work focuses on modernist and postmodernist American poets such as George Oppen, Lorine Niedecker, Ronald Johnson, Rachel Blau DuPlessis, and Michael Palmer. His poems have been anthologized in The Arcadia Project: North American Postmodern Pastoral, Litscapes: Collected US Writings 2015 and Resist Much/Obey Little: Inaugural Poems to the Resistance and have appeared in Hambone, New American Writing, Interim, Colorado Review, New Review of Literature, and Prairie Schooner, among others. His books of poetry include BURN: DOXOLOGY FOR JOAN OF ARC (Chax Press, 2005), Gnostic Frequencies and SONG X (Talisman House, 2014). His latest book is ORPHIC NOISE (Dos Madres Press, 2017).

Antiphonal
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Antiphonal

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Poetry.Of making many books there is no end,yes nor an arrival ever before the singlepage that will pronounce us as/ we are speechlessFor whoever keens to the sound of boats on watermoved by their dissolving tunesagrees to be frayed by catastrophe/ ...

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BURN: Doxology for Joan of Arc
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BURN: Doxology for Joan of Arc

Chax Press

Poetry. "A stunningly lyrical consideration of Joan of Arc, the intricacies of her belief and her fate—in Patrick Pritchetts words, this becomes a meditation on belief itself and its power over fate. His language spirals outward, as its sounds hold ...

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Orphic Noise

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Orphic Noise

Dos Madres Press

Poetry. "The first lines of Patrick Pritchett's brilliant and beautiful new book suggest this world as his Eurydice, lost but not lost, 'its noise a form of shelter.' A world to be recovered not only in the language translated from that noise, but a...

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Song X: New and Selected Poems
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Song X: New and Selected Poems

Talisman House, Publishers

Poetry. "For Pritchett, the word is the sign of a divine spark that must be continually fueled by more thought. Not cinematic: secret. The poems unveil an orange glow behind loneliness, a color beyond erasure."—Fanny Howe

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