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All of It Singing

New and Selected Poems
Linda Gregg
Worlds out of time still exist.
Worlds of achievement out of mind and remembering
just as the poem lasts.
In the concert of being present.

—from “Arriving”

Linda Gregg’s abiding presence in American poetry for more than thirty years is a testament to the longevity of art and the spirit. All of It Singing collects the ongoing work of Gregg’s career in one book, including poetry from her six previous volumes and more than twenty remarkable new poems.

All of It Singing received the 2009 Jackson Poetry Prize from Poets & Writers, the 2009 Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize from the Academy of American Poets, the 2009 William Carlos Williams Award from the Poetry Society of America, and the 2009 American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation.

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978-1-55597-578-4
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224
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6 x 9
Now available in paperback, the award-winning retrospective by Linda Gregg, “one of the best poets in America”—Gerald Stern

About the Author

Linda  Gregg
Credit: Hal Lum
Linda Gregg is the author of seven books of poetry: Too Bright to See, Alma, The Sacraments of Desire, Chosen by the Lion, Things and FleshIn the Middle Distance, and All of It Singing: New and Selected Poems, which received the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize from the Academy of American Poets and the William Carlos Williams Award from the Poetry Society of America, among others. Gregg has received fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Lannan Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts. She received the PEN/Voelcker Award in Poetry for achievement across her career. She lives in New York City. 
 
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Praise

  • Winner of the William Carlos Willams Award of the Poetry Society of America
    Winner of the Jackson Poetry Prize of Poets & Writers
    Winner of the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize of the Academy of American Poets
    Winner of the American Book Award of the Before Columbus Foundation
  • “An elegiac aura of timelessness in her images.”—Poetry
  • “The imagery is Aegean, the legacy of five years Gregg spent in Greece. She punctuates the poems with sea-gazing, descriptive gaps that force blankness on the mind.”—Los Angeles Times
  • “[Gregg’s] poems are as pure and clear and elemental as the Greek light and the dramatic action as sharply portrayed as in classical art.”—American Poet

Acknowledgements

This book is made possible through a partnership with the College of St. Benedict, in honor of the legacy of S. Mariella Gable, a distinguished teacher at the College, and by the generosity of Graywolf Press donors like you.
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