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Good Morning and Good Night by David Wagoner
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Good Morning and Good Night

by David Wagoner

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By continually discovering what's new in each day without forgetting yesterday's surprises, David Wagoner has succeeded in constantly expanding his range in a career that spans more than fifty years. In "Good Morning and Good Night", this range includes his usual rich forays into nature and personalities, and poetry for all ages, young and old, amidst a vivid array of memories and explorations. Readers will find homages to the poets that have inspired him, as well as the bountiful lyricism that has made Wagoner's poetry one of our most enduring sources of delight and joy. "Good Morning and Good Night" features poems previously published in "American Poetry Review", "The American Scholar", "Atlantic Monthly", "Hudson Review", "The Kenyon Review", "New Letters", "The New Republic", "Poetry", "Shenandoah", "Southern Review", "The Yale Review", and other leading literary journals. David Wagoner is the author of seventeen books of poems and ten novels, and editor of "Straw for the Fire: From the Notebooks of Theodore Roethke", 1943-63. He has received an American Academy of Arts and Letters award, the Sherwood Anderson Award, the Fels Prize, the Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize, the Eunice Tjetjens Memorial and English-Speaking Union prizes from "Poetry", and fellowships from the Ford Foundation, the Guggenheim Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts. A former Chancellor of The Academy of American Poets, he was the editor of Poetry Northwest from 1966 until its last issue in 2002. A volume in the Illinois Poetry Series, edited by Lawrence Lieberman.

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