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Anthony Libby: Criticism and Reviews

A Review of "North American Sequence" a poem by Anthony Libby.

"What We Don't Talk About When We Talk About Poetry" includes a review by poet-critic Anthony Libby.

Additional criticism and review of Anthony Libby's works can be found at your local public library.

The following reviews can be accessed online only by an individual who has a current library card through this address.

"Expressing the Inexpressible: The Power of Words in the Face of National Tragedy."
By Mark Fitzgerald.
The Writer, Dec 2001 v114 i12 p22(4).

"The Writer asked accomplished poets, novelists, essayists and memoirists to reflect on what these events have meant to them personally as writers and what they may portend for writing in an America very different from the nation that existed before Sept. 11

Anthony Libby, poet, The Secret Turning of the Earth: 'When the Chicago Tribune asked me to write a poem ("White September Sky") about Sept. 11, my initial reaction was that it was too quick. In a tragedy of this immensity, there is a certain point at which poetry stops. But as I was writing, I found '"

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