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Cloth-backed boards. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize. Seller: Charles Agvent Published: Condition: Fine in a close to Fine earliest state of the dustwrapper without the sticker on the dustwrapper stating such Edition: First Edition. In January , she judged the University of Georgia Contemporary Poetry series contest, which selected the manuscript "O Wheel" from Peter Sacks, her future husband, as the first-place winner.
Graham noted that at that time she was not married to Sacks, and that while she had "felt awkward" about giving the award to her then-boyfriend, she had first cleared it with the series editor, Bin Ramke.
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Graham subsequently announced that she would no longer serve as a judge in contests   although she continued to do so after A statement now adopted in the rules of many competitions including the University of Georgia Contest to prevent judges from selecting students is often referred to as the "Jorie Graham rule". The Foetry site also contended that Graham, as a judge at Georgia and other contests, had awarded prizes to at least five of her former students from the Iowa Writers' Workshop, including Joshua Clover , Mark Levine , and Geoffrey Nutter.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jorie Graham. New York City. Retrieved The Guardian. Retrieved 1 October Retrieved 23 October Times Book Prize winners". Los Angeles Times.
The Personal That Matters' | VQR Online
Available at the LA Times subscription needed. In her previous books, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning The Dream of the Unified Field , Graham explores the divide between perception and reality. In her stunning ninth collection, she is still an agile metaphysician, but her poetic self now kneels with her face in her hands, humbled by illness, war, and the ravaged earth.
Forthright, compassionate, and ironic, Graham has crafted poems of lyrical steeliness and cauterizing beauty. The book's title refers to "Operation Overlord," the Allied offensive that culminated in the landing on Normandy's Omaha Beach, and that, for Graham, inspired exquisite and devastating tributes to soldiers. Jorie Graham reading at the Dodge Poetry Festival.
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Find Programs. Apply Now. Register Now. Toggle navigation Artists. Jorie Graham. About P L A C E You need to watch a Graham poem closely — it's going to move quietly, subtly, so slowly it may even seem, at first, boring.