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At Night The States

Poems 1970- 2004

Alice Notley

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ISBN: 978 1 905001 12 5
Categories: 20th Century, 21st Century
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Published: January 2010
216 x 135 x 1 mm
Publisher: Carcanet Press
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  • CD Audio recordings of Alice Notley reading her work


    1. Poem: ‘St Mark’s Place caught at night in hot summer’
    2. At Night the States
    3. Poem: ‘Why do I want to tell it’
    4. The Ten Best Issues of Comic Books
    5. It Would
    6. from White Phosphorus
    7. from The Descent of Alette
    8. The Common Ground Ask Anyone You Know
    9. The Year of the Premonitary Dream That Ted and Steve Left Me
    10. Sept 17/Aug 29, ‘88
    11. Lady Poverty
    12. Circorpse
    13. Help Me Corpus Sagrada
    14. Grave of Light
    15. Down Below the Petroglyphs
    16. They Are All Dead Today
    17. Species
    18. from In the Pines


    Running Time: 71:52

    Tracks1-7, 10-14 from Grave of Light ©Wesleyan University Press, 2006

    Tracks8 & 9 from Mysteries of Small Houses© Penguin New York,1998

    Tracks15, 16 & 17 from Alma, or The Dead Women© Granary Books, 2006

    Track18 from In the Pines © Penguin New York, 2007

    Tracks1-7, 10-14 from Grave of Light ©Wesleyan University Press, 2006

    Tracks8 & 9 from Mysteries of Small Houses© Penguin New York,1998

    Tracks15, 16 & 17 from Alma, or The Dead Women© Granary Books, 2006

    Track18 from In the Pines © Penguin New York, 2007



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