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‘I Start with Music:’ Jorie Graham Talks Composition with Big Think October 10, 2012: In this video from Big Think, Jorie Graham, recent recipient of the UK’s Forward Prize, talks about finding “a new music” and using it to create her most recent book, P L A C E.
On Jorie Graham Winning the Forward Prize and the Different Verse Styles of the U.S. and Britain October 9, 2012: We reported on Jorie Graham winning the UK’s Forward Prize, here. Now, see this article in The Daily Beast on Graham being the first American woman to win the prize, and the differing styles [...]
2012 Forward Prizes Go to Denise Riley and Jorie Graham October 2, 2012: The Guardian has just announced the winners of this year’s Forward Prize, and they include the first American female winner ever–that would be Jorie Graham! And Denise Riley takes the [...]
Jorie Graham and the Author of Why People Like Meatballs Are Among Those Shortlisted for This Year’s Forward Prize July 18, 2012: The shortlist for the potential £16,000 Forward Prize (that’s approx $25,000) has just been announced, reports the New Statesman (check out more on last year’s all-male contenders for [...]
Six Reviews for the Price of One: HuffPo on Dawn McGuire, Jorie Graham, Michael Ryan, and More… June 26, 2012: Setting aside the question of whether politics has something worthwhile to say about poetry, Carol Muske-Dukes at the Huffington Post posits that poets have something worthwhile to say about [...]