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National Poetry Month: Works Cited - Postmodernist & Instapoets

Celebrating National Poetry Month

Postmodern


Instapoetry


John Berryman

  • Berryman, John. “World's Fair.” Collected Poems 1937-1971, edited by Charles Thornbury, Farrar - Straus - Giroux, 1989, p. 24. 

Allen Ginsberg

  • “In Back of the Real.” Selected Poems, 1947-1995, by Allen Ginsberg, Perennial, 2001, p. 41. 
  • “Proclamation.” Selected Poems, 1947-1995, by Allen Ginsberg, Perennial, 2001, p. 369. 
  • “A Western Ballad.” Selected Poems, 1947-1995, by Allen Ginsberg, Perennial, 2001, pp. 6–7. 

Nikki Giovanni

  • Giovanni, Nikki. “I Wish I Could Live (In A Painting).” Chasing Utopia: A Hybrid, William Morrow, 2016, pp. 97–98. 

Amanda Gorman

  • Gorman, Amanda. “Every Day We Are Learning.” Call Us What We Carry: Poems, Viking, New York, 2021, p. 52.

    Gorman, Amanda. “LIFE.” Call Us What We Carry: Poems, Viking, New York, 2021, p. 62.


Jasmin Kaur

  • Kaur, Jasmin. “I Gave You My Most...” When You Ask Me Where I'm Going, Harper, an Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, New York, NY, 2019, p. 70.

  • Kaur, Jasmin. “If I Tell You the Truth...” If I Tell You the Truth, Harper, an Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, New York, NY, 2021, pp. Book Jacket.

  • Kaur, Jasmin. “Of Course.” When You Ask Me Where I'm Going, Harper, an Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, New York, NY, 2019, p. 156.

  • Kaur, Jasmin. “The Empowerment.” When You Ask Me Where I'm Going, Harper, an Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, New York, NY, 2019, p. 80.

  • Kaur, Jasmin. “You Are Not the Moon...” When You Ask Me Where I'm Going, Harper, an Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, New York, NY, 2019, p. 66.


Audre Lourde

  • “Construction.” The Collected Poems of Audre Lorde, by Audre Lorde, W.W. Norton & Company, 2017, p. 462. 
  • “In Margaret's Garden.” The Collected Poems of Audre Lorde, by Audre Lorde, W.W. Norton & Company, 2017, p. 269. 
  • “Thaw.” The Collected Poems of Audre Lorde, by Audre Lorde, W.W. Norton & Company, 2017, p. 429. 

 

Amanda Lovelace

  • Lovelace, Amanda. “- a Mermaid Escapist.” The Princess Saves Herself in This One, Andrews McMeel Publishing, a Division of Andrews McMeel Universal, Kansas City, MO, 2017, p. 63.

  • Lovelace, Amanda. “- Slay Those Dragons. .” The Princess Saves Herself in This One, Andrews McMeel Publishing, a Division of Andrews McMeel Universal, Kansas City , MO, 2017, p. 189.

  • Lovelace, Amanda. “- Startling Fact #1.” The Princess Saves Herself in This One, Andrews McMeel Publishing, a Division of Andrews McMeel Universal, Kansas City , MO, 2017, p. 147.

  • Lovelace, Amanda. “- The Wickedest Liars of All.” The Princess Saves Herself in This One, Andrews McMeel Publishing, a Division of Andrews McMeel Universal, Kansas City, MO, 2017, p. 44.

  • Lovelace, Amanda. “Ah, Life-.” The Princess Saves Herself in This One, Andrews McMeel Publishing, a Division of Andrews McMeel Universal, Kansas City, MO, 2017, p. 5.

  • Lovelace, Amanda. “Friend Request from ______.” The Princess Saves Herself in This One, Andrews McMeel Publishing, a Division of Andrews McMeel Universal, Kansas City, MO, 2017, p. 16.


Dante Medema

  • Medema, Dante. “I Can't Tell If I Need to...” The Truth Project, Quill Tree Books an Imprint of HarperCollins Childrens Books, New York, NY, 2020, p. 37. 

  • Medema, Dante. “No. You...” The Truth Project, Quill Tree Books an Imprint of HarperCollins Childrens Books, New York, NY, 2020, p. 205.


Sharon Olds

  • Olds, Sharon. “My Son the Man.” Strike Sparks: Selected Poems, 1980-2002, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 2017, p. 96.


Sylvia Plath

  • “Metaphors.” The Colossus, by Sylvia Plath, Farber and Farber, 1967, p. 41. 
  • “The Times Are Tidy.” The Colossus, by Slyvia Plath, Farber and Farber, 1967, p. 76. 

Anne Sexton

  • “The Poet of Ignorance.” The Awful Rowing Toward God, by Anne Sexton, Houghton Mifflin Company Boston, 1975, pp. 28–29. 

Gary Snyder