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Author: Bernadette Mayer

Bernadette Mayer was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1945. A prolific poet, her first book was published when she was twenty–three years old. Now, many texts later, she continues to write progressive poetry from her home in East Nassau, New York.

Another Smashed Pinecone
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Another Smashed Pinecone

United Artists Books

Poetry. "It's OK that poetry won't save us from circumstance, or pave our road to what we're tempted to call Heaven, but it doesn't matter—because reading Bernadette Mayer's poetry is where I always want to be. Here, within the playfulness of her la...

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Eating The Colors Of A Lineup Of Words: The Early Books Of Bernadette Mayer
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Eating The Colors Of A Lineup Of Words: The Early Books Of Bernadette Mayer

Station Hill Press

Poetry. Bernadette Mayer is among the most influential American poets of the late 20th century and the present, and much of that influence is based on her early books, previously available only in fragmentary form. As a Brooklyn high school student ...

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Sonnets: Expanded 25th Anniversary Edition
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Sonnets: Expanded 25th Anniversary Edition

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Poetry. Edited by Lee Ann Brown. SONNETS, first published in 1989 as Tender Buttons Number 1 is widely considered to be one of the most generative and innovative works of contemporary American poetry, radically rethinking the traditional sonnet form...

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Sonnets: Expanded 25th Anniversary Edition
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Sonnets: Expanded 25th Anniversary Edition

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Poetry. Edited by Lee Ann Brown. SONNETS, first published in 1989 as Tender Buttons Number 1 is widely considered to be one of the most generative and innovative works of contemporary American poetry, radically rethinking the traditional sonnet form...

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Studying Hunger Journals
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Studying Hunger Journals

Station Hill Press

Poetry. Literary Nonfiction. In 1972 Bernadette Mayer began this project as an aid to psychological counseling, writing in parallel journals so that, as she wrote in one (in bed, on subways, at parties, etc.), her psychiatrist read the other. Using ...

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