The Julie Larios NC Archive Page

 

Julie Larios

Julie Larios is the author of four books for children: On the Stairs (1995), Have You Ever Done That? (named one of Smithsonian Magazine’s Outstanding Children’s Books 2001), Yellow Elephant (a Book Sense Pick and Boston Globe–Horn Book Honor Book, 2006) and Imaginary Menagerie: A Book of Curious Creatures (shortlisted for the Cybil Award in Poetry, 2008). For five years she was the Poetry Editor for The Cortland Review, and her poetry for adults has been published by The Atlantic Monthly, McSweeney’s, Swink, The Georgia Review, Ploughshares, The Threepenny Review, Field, and others. She is the recipient of an Academy of American Poets Prize, a Pushcart Prize for Poetry, and a Washington State Arts Commission/Artist Trust Fellowship. Her work has been chosen for The Best American Poetry series by Billy Collins (2006) and Heather McHugh (2007) and was performed as part of the Vox series at the New York City Opera (2010). Recently she collaborated with the composer Dag Gabrielson and other New York musicians, filmmakers and dancers on a cross-discipline project titled 1,2,3. It was selected for showing at the American Dance Festival (International Screendance Festival) and had its premiere at Duke University on July 13th, 2013.

 

Essays

Who Am I? What the Lowly Riddle Reveals

Undersung | George Starbuck and the Heavy Burden of Light Verse

Undersung| Robert Francis, Not Robert Frost

Undersung | Marie Ponsot: Wandering Still

Undersung | Eugenio Montale: Wringing the Neck of Eloquence

Undersung| Invisible Adrien Stoutenburg

Undersung | The Poet-Novelist: Flying Crooked Forever

Undersung | Josephine Jacobsen: A Poet’s Poet

Undersung | Alastair Reid: A Sunstruck Madman

 

 

Poems

On Reading the Poems of Someone Buried in Poet’s Corner

A Diminished Thing & Pincushion Doll

Proposal for a Whole New Scale

 

NC Contest Entry (too good to be missed)

The Cow’s Life (a translation)

  One Response to “The Julie Larios NC Archive Page”

  1. […] when I read a poem  by Josephine Jacobsen, a Canadian poet whose work I’m looking into for one of my Undersung essays over at Numero Cinq. She wrote the following poem about children playing musical chairs at a birthday party. It has […]

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