3 edition of Phyllis Webb and her works found in the catalog.
Phyllis Webb and her works
|Statement||John F. Hulcoop.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||91006966|
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Phyllis Webb, OC (born April 8, ) is a Canadian poet and radio broadcaster. The Canadian Encyclopedia describes her as "a writer of stature in Canadian letters", and calls her work "brilliantly crafted, formal in its energies and humane in its concern".Occupation: poet and radio broadcaster.
Phyllis Webb was born in in Victoria, BC. She was educated at the University of British Columbia and McGill. The first major publication of her poetry was in Trio (), which included poetry by Eli Mandel and Gael Turnbull. For many years she worked as a writer and broadcaster for the CBC, where she created the radio program Ideas in and was its 5/5(1).
This year, Talonbooks has released Peacock Blue: The Collected Poems of Phyllis Webb, edited by John will be available at the event to sign copies of her new book.
The celebration will feature readings by George Bowering, Brian Brett, John Hulcoop, Eve Joseph, Daphne Marlatt and Sharon Thesen.
Also invited to contribute is Webb’s fellow Saltspring. Phyllis Webb was born in in Victoria, BC. She was educated at the University of British Columbia and McGill. The first major publication of her poetry was in Trio (), which included poetry by Eli Mandel and Gael Turnbull.
For many years she worked as a writer and broadcaster for the CBC, where she created the radio program Ideas in and was its executive Written: When Phyllis Webb published Wilsons Bowl inNorthrop Frye hailed it as a landmark in Canadian literature: landmark, an event that marks a turning point in something (in this case, Canadian literature); and an instantly recognized feature of a landscape (in this case, the landscape of Canadian poetry).Wilsons Bowl was Webbs fifth volume of poetry/5.
Phyllis Webb, OC (born April 8, ) is a Canadian poet and radio broadcaster. The Canadian Encyclopedia describes her as "a writer of stature in Canadian letters", and calls her work "brilliantly crafted, formal in its energies and humane in its concern". . Broadcast Journalism and Later Life.
Phyllis Webb began producing a lecture series called University of the Air and went on to found, with William A. Young, the CBC program Ideas, of which she was the executive producer between and Ideas has now been on the air for over 50 years. Talking () is a collection of some of Webb's reviews, articles and CBC.
As an editor and critic of Phyllis Webb's work, he edited and wrote the introduction to Phyllis Webb's "Selected Poems of Phyllis Webb, " (Talonbooks, ) and published "Phyllis Webb and Her Works" (ECW Press, ). Hulcoop has also maintained a long friendship with Phyllis Webb/5(8).
Critical Studies: "The Structure of Loss" by Helen Sonthoff, in Canadian Literature (Vancouver), summer ; "Phyllis Webb and the Priestess of Motion" in Canadian Literature (Vancouver), springintroduction to Selected Poems –,Phyllis Webb and Her Works, Toronto, ECW Press,and "Webb's Book of Revelation: Lifting.
The Kropotkin Poems “The Kropotkin Poems” is a book or sequence of poems about the Russian anarchist Peter Kropotkin that the Canadian poet Phyllis Webb did not write; they exist only as a grant proposal and several fragmentary poems (some titled “Poems of Failure”) that lie in the long gap between Webb’s Naked Poems and ’s Wilson’s Bowl.
Get this from a library. Peacock blue: the collected poems of Phyllis Webb. [Phyllis Phyllis Webb and her works book John F Hulcoop] -- Peacock Blue compiles a single volume all of Webb's published, unpublished, and uncollected works from a writing career that spanned fifty years.
It offers readers the opportunity to relish the arc. About Phyllis Tickle. Phyllis Tickle: Evangelist of the Future buy from: All books listed are available from your local bookseller, at, Barnes and Noble, or the publisher.
Buy Peacock Blue: The Collected Poems by Phyllis Webb, John F. Hulcoop (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low. The body of Phyllis Webb's poetry aptly illustrates the transition of a woman poet from god-centered reverence toward self-realization and freedom both as woman and writer.
Webb challenges T.S. Eliot's distinction between poet and persona, connecting the personal with both the political and the spiritual, in part by eclipsing her dependence.
Douglas Barbour: "Naked Poems by Phyllis Webb (), is one of the most influential works of its time, for it suggested a new vision of the book-length poem which profoundly affected a number of poets in the following literary : poetry.
As an editor and critic of Phyllis Webb's work, he edited and wrote the introduction to Phyllis Webb's Selected Poems of Phyllis Webb, (Talonbooks, ) and published Phyllis Webb and Her Works (ECW Press, ).
Hulcoop has also maintained a. By Phyllis Webb. Phyllis Webb worked for many years as a writer and broadcaster for the CBC, where she created the radio program “Ideas” in and was its executive producer from to Her work Wilson’s Bowl was hailed by Northrop Frye as “a landmark in Canadian poetry.” As Stephen Scobie once wrote, the work of Phyllis Webb “has always been.
Author. Phyllis Webb was born April 8, in Victoria, BC. She attended the University of British Columbia and McGill University. The first major publication of her poetry was inTrio, which also included poetry by Eli Mandel and Gael Turnbull.
Perhaps her most celebrated work isNaked Poems, published in Webb worked at the CBC in Toronto for five years. Inshe created Phyllis George Beauty, which markets a line of cosmetics and skincare products through television shopping network HSN.
She has also written or co-authored five books—three about crafts, one on dieting (her first book, The I Love America Diet, published in ), and her most recent, Never Say Never ().Children: 2, including Pamela. Stable State Universe Theory. by Stephen Webb. NOOK Book (eBook) Almost Islands is a memoir of Collis’s friendship with and regular visits to legendary poet Phyllis Webb—now in her nineties and long enveloped in the silence which followed her last published book in —as well as an extended meditation on View Product.
Phyllis Webb, for example, named her "critical wounds" as one of the reasons for the years of silence that preceded the publication of her Wilson’s Bowl in Her early work, the subject of the second part of this chapter, got caught in the critical crossfire, and it was her great misfortune that many of her critical supporters were on the.
Peacock Blue should long have a place in any and all CanLit libraries”– Canadian Literature “[Phyllis Webb] has always been distinguished by the profundity of her insights, the depth of her emotional feeling, the delicacy and accuracy of her rhythms, the beauty and mysterious resonance of her images—and by her luminous intelligence.”.
The back cover has a short biographical blurb highlighting the poetic career of Phyllis Webb. Then there is a very scholarly introduction by Sharon Thesen in which she discusses the poetic devices, design, and style of the poet.
Without her analysis of The Vision Tree, much would be missed in the understanding of Webb's poetry. Thesen explains. Phyllis Webb, Program Coordinator. She/Her/Hers. Email: [email protected] Phone: () Strickler Hall C.
Phyllis joined the U of L family in as a Public Information Officer after working one year as a reporter for a local newspaper. Now Phyllis Webb has published three books of poems, they are Even Your Right Eye inThe Sea is Also a Garden in '62 and Naked Poems in ' Her earlier work appeared in Trio along with Eli Mandel and Gail Turnbull.
She is currently a program organizer for CBC's "Ideas" series. Ladies and Gentleman, Ms. Phyllis Webb. Annotation. Phyllis Eisenstein was born in Chicago in and, except for two years in Germany and one winter in Upper Michigan as an Air Force wife, has spent her life there.
In her early student days, she worked as a butcher, grocery clerk, bowling alley pin-setter, and tutor/5. When Phyllis Webb published Wilson's Bowl inNorthrop Frye hailed it as "a landmark in Canadian literature" landmark, an event that marks a turning point in something (in this case, Canadian literature); and an instantly recognized feature of a landscape (in this case, the landscape of Canadian poetry).Wilson's Bowl was Webb's fifth volume of : Phyllis Webb; John F Hulcoop.
By Wheatley had written enough poems to enable her to try to capitalize on her growing transatlantic reputation by producing a book of previously published and new verse.
Consequently, subscriptions were solicited, probably by Susanna Wheatley, in the Boston Censor on Febru Ma and Apfor a proposed volume of 5/5(32). With her divorce going through, Dr. Gabi Graham is restarting her life. New look, new clothes, new challenges. The only thing that's missing is a new man.
But when Alex suddenly reappears in her life, she realizes that she only wants the old one!. Hazel Jane Plante on Writing a Weird Queer Book. Author: Cooper Lee Bombardier Ap Of the sixty-three books I read innone were like Little Blue Encyclopedia (for Vivian) [a Lambda Literary Award Finalist] by Hazel Jane fact, I’ve never read a.
The Tale of Halcyon Crane by Wendy Webb throbs with the threat of menace; this is an atmospheric, gothic story reminiscent of Turn of the Screw and had me racing to the finish late into the night to find out what happens next. Read this book - but do not do so when you're alone in the house at night and there's a storm outside, like I did/5(6).
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When they arrived, they found Kara Vandereyk “naked and on the ground Author: Daniel June. and Anti Ghazals, which points to the book's critique of the romantic tradition, and second by the epigraphs from The Ghazals of Ghalib, which form an intertextual Table of Contents for the book's five sec-tions.
Webb works with and against Ghalib's themes and forms to trans-pose the discourses of romance (as discussed in earlier chapters of. Webb, Mary (–)English novelist and poet whose work became widely celebrated only after her early death.
Born Gladys Mary Meredith on Main Leighton, Shropshire, England; died in St. Leonards, Sussex, on October 8, ; daughter of George Edward Meredith (a schoolmaster) and Sarah Alice (Scott) Meredith;educated at home and at a boarding school. On the left below are images owned by the Maynards which evidently come from a book I happen to own, Teeny-Weeny's Annual: The Bairnies' own Book for the 'Cumfy Corner' (London: Epworth Press, J.
Alfred Sharp, circa ). Annuals were gift books for children, anthologies of stories, verse, and illustrations usually aimed at a particular age group; Teeny-Weeny's was meant for. : Naked Poems: np.
The poet's third separate collection, one that was controversial in the rather provincial milieu of Canadian Literature when it came out because it was explicitly lesbian in content; this marked her as an active leader in the Canadian feminist movement which was just then emerging.
Beautifully designed and issued by Takao Tanabe. Profiles Canadian poet Phyllis Webb. Effect of her poem 'Leaning' on a friend of Webb; Fruitful interaction with Timothy Findley; Reputation for being a difficult, intellectual poet; First entry in the literary community; Government travel award received; Creative-irrational and.
About this Item: Harry N. Abrams Publishers, Inc.; Museum of Television and Radio, New York, Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good.
1st. Cloth, pages, illustrations (some color); 30 cm. Published in conjunction with an exhibition at the Museum of Television & Radio, New York and California, March 18 to Septem.
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Meanwhile, on the patio, Traci Abbott (Beth Maitland) will work on her book, and she’ll get carried away, as “her” character will tell Cane Ashby’s (Daniel Goddard) character that she’s in love with him, and the two characters will kiss.
A startled Traci will snap out of.Book Review: Asking (Shawna Lemay) "Listen. If I have known beauty / let's say I came to it / asking." This lovely line, penned by Phyllis Webb, was the inspiration and foundation of a stellar collection of poems and essays titled Asking.
Some of her works, such as the first in the collection, "Gestures," read as breathless whirlwinds, as a.