The Annual Maurice Brown Poetry
Reading is proud to host Linda
Wednesday, September 24, 2003 at 4:00 p.m. in the
of the Oakland
Center. Thanks to the support of
of English and the College
of Arts and Sciences Distinguished Programs
Fund, admission is free and refreshments
will be served. A book signing and reception will
follow the reading. For more information, call
the English Department at 248.370.2250 or contact
Bruce J. Mann, Chair, Department
of English at email@example.com.
Gregerson has written three volumes -- her most recent
is the acclaimed Waterborne (2002), which recently
earned her the $100,000 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Prize, and she teaches
Renaissance literature and creative writing at the University
of Michigan, Ann Arbor. According to Professor Gladys
Cardiff, her poetry is marked by "intelligence" and "a
rich lyrical voice, that is by temperament opposed to
sentimentality and easy consolations."
by Ms. Gregerson at the Oakland University Library
Reading by Linda Gregerson
(Audio provided in the Real Audio format, get the Real
Audio Player Free):
- The Horses Run Back to Their Stalls,
Atlantic Online (2002)
Atlantic Online (2000)
- Target (I, II, III),
Atlantic Online (1996)
- For the Taking,
Atlantic Online (1993)
- Safe, from The
Atlantic Online (1990)
Sonnet 116, from The
Articles by Linda Gregerson*:
sower against gardens. Kenyon Review 23, no.
1 (Winter 2001): p. 115-133.
Erotics: Idolatry and Interpretation in Spenser's
Faerie Queene. ELH 58, no. 1 (1991 Spring):
Book chapters and articles by Linda Gregerson
available in the Kresge Library:
- "The Commonwealth of the Word: New England,
Old England, and the Praying Indians." British
Identities and English Renaissance Literature. Ed.
Baker. Cambridge, England: Cambridge UP, 2002. 178-193.
- "Colonials Write the Nation: Spenser, Milton,
and England on the Margins ." Milton
and the Imperial Vision. Ed.
Balachandra Rajan. Pittsburgh, PA: Duquesne UP, 1999.
- "The Limbs of Truth: Milton's Use of Simile
in Paradise Lost." Milton
Studies 14 (1980): p. 135-152.