Hard Lines: Rough South Poetry

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface - Brutal Grace xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction - Rough Rhythms 1
  • Betty Adcock 11
  • Dan Albergotti 15
  • Paul Allen 19
  • Brian Barker 23
  • Coleman Barks 27
  • Jack B. Bedell 32
  • Destiny O. Birdsong 35
  • David Bottoms 37
  • Besmilr Brigham 42
  • Kathryn Stripling Byer 44
  • Fred Chappell 48
  • Kelly Cherry 51
  • Michael Chitwood 54
  • Jim Clark 57
  • Allison Adelle Hedge Coke 61
  • Daniel Corrie 67
  • Kate Daniels 68
  • Kwame Dawes 71
  • James Dickey 74
  • R. H. W. Dillard 80
  • Claudia Emerson 82
  • Tarfia Faizullah 85
  • Forrest Gander 88
  • George Garrett 90
  • Jesse Graves 93
  • Jeff Hardin 96
  • Ashley Mace Havird 97
  • David Havird 99
  • Terrance Hayes 103
  • Hastings Hensel 105
  • Ron Houchin 108
  • Rebecca Gayle Howell 110
  • David Huddle 112
  • Andrew Hudgins 116
  • T. R. Hummer 119
  • Tj Jarrett 123
  • Rodney Jones 126
  • Judy Jordan 130
  • Terry L. Kennedy 134
  • John Lane 141
  • Naton Leslie 148
  • Ed Madden 150
  • Al Maginnes 152
  • Jeff Mann 156
  • Jeff Daniel Marion 158
  • Linda Parsons Marion 161
  • Christopher Martin 164
  • Chris Mattingly 167
  • Michael McFee 171
  • Ray McManus 174
  • Thorpe Moeckel 178
  • Robert Morgan 182
  • Ricardo Nazario Y ColÓn 185
  • Tara Powell 187
  • Ron Rash 189
  • Janisse Ray 191
  • Paul Ruffin 193
  • Steve Scafidi 197
  • James Seay 201
  • Dave Smith 204
  • R. T. Smith 209
  • Sheryl St. Germain 215
  • Leon Stokesbury 219
  • Richard Tillinghast 222
  • Deno Trakas 226
  • Natasha Trethewey 228
  • Adam Vines 231
  • Ellen Bryant Voigt 234
  • G. C. Waldrep 238
  • Frank X Walker 241
  • Robert West 244
  • James Whitehead 245
  • Amy Wright 247
  • Charles Wright 249
  • William Wright 253
  • Jake Adam York 259
  • Contributors 265
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 283
  • Index of Authors and Titles 291
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