What About This: Collected Poems of Frank Stanford

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On June 3, , Stanford walked into his home in Fayetteville, Ark.

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Wright both of whom helped with the new book about his sexual liaisons. There were at least half a dozen other women at the time. He stepped into the bedroom and shot himself with a.

What about This : Collected Poems of Frank Stanford by Frank Stanford (2015, Hardcover)

It is typical that death, which he had held so close, would paint him beautifully. It is all in these pages. About Us.

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What About This: Collected Poems of Frank Stanford [Frank Stanford, Michael Wiegers, Dean Young] on ykoketomel.ml *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Edited by Michael Wiegers, the works of Mr. Stanford, a Mississippi-born poet who committed suicide at 29, show a sensitive, death-haunted.

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Copper Canyon Press, Here at Walmart. In this chronological volume, there was fair amount of overlap with Hidden Water. New Releases. Festival , by Broc Rossell. With blood, in river mud.

April 24, More From the Los Angeles Times. Some lives are too easy to read backward.

Reviewing the new collection for the New York Times , Dwight Garner wrote about the enigmatic nature of Stanford himself, as well as why his work has been so difficult to find: Even before his death, Mr. Below is a short excerpt: Some lives are too easy to read backward. Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Pocket Opens in new window Click to share on Instapaper Opens in new window Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window.

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