Poetry Everywhere: Teaching Poetry Writing in School and in the Community
Teachers & Writers Collaborative
January 01, 2005
5.9 X 9.0 X 0.8 inches | 1.0 pounds
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About the Author
Sheryl Noethe is the author of The Ghost Openings, which was awarded the Pacific Northwest Bookseller's Award and the William Stafford Poetry Prize.
Jack is a poet, essayist and creative writing pedagogue. His most recent collection of poems is Exchanges of Earth & Sky (Fish Drum, 2006). His major collection, Red Car Goes By: Selected Poems 1955-2000, was published by Tuumba Press in 2001. Other volumes include Little Grand Island, Arguing with Something Plato Said, 8-Ball and Entering the City. His work has been published in countless magazines and anthologies in the United States and abroad. His essays on teaching and anthologies of children's poetry appear in Moving Windows and Poetry Everywhere. He has produced two CD's of original work performed in collaboration with musician/composer Ken Bernstein and been awarded two NEA fellowships. He received his MA in English from the University of Colorado, and teaches courses in eco-literature and outreach teacher-training.