The Gatehouse Heaven

The Gatehouse Heaven Kimbrell sings a serious song The poems are deft and sure, there is a sense of vision in them, and I have the feeling that this is the start of something significant from the Foreword by Charles WrightIn his debut collection selected by Charles Wright as the 1997 winner of the Kathryn A Morton Prize in Poetry , Kimbrell revisits the mysterious landscapes of childhood and returns with poems that fathom meaning yet retain a sense of awe The book s title section, a poignant ten part poem, portrays a son s lifelong struggle to connect with a father made absent by mental and physical illness It s quite The wonder, what madness can do for a man, Much than me far below the harsh light of heaven Down here, in the make shift center of this world The Gatehouse Heaven serves as testament and guide to the kind of love that lies beyond anger.James Kimbrell has received a Ford Foundation Fellowship, a Henry Hoynes Fellowship, and the Ruth Lilly Fellowship He was twice winner of the Academy of American Poet s Prize and also received the Discovery The Nation Award and Poetry magazine s Bess Hokin Prize His poems and co translations with Jung Yul Yu have appeared in magazines such as Poetry, The Antioch Review, The Quarterly, and Field He is currently completing his Ph.D in creative writing at the University of Missouri, Columbia. Download The Gatehouse Heaven By James Kimbrell –

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  • Paperback
  • 80 pages
  • The Gatehouse Heaven
  • James Kimbrell
  • English
  • 03 July 2018
  • 1889330140

10 thoughts on “The Gatehouse Heaven

  1. says:

    A lot of words sung in here are words I wish I had the capacity for in certain moments in my life when I was spiraling in the regret for not being able to find the words, or to just plain see through the t...

  2. says:

    Winner of the 1997 Kathryn A Morton Prize in Poetry, selected by Charles WrightRunner up of the 1999 Norma Farber First Book Award, from Poetry Society of AmericaRunner up of the 1999 Great Lakes Colleges Association New Writers AwardRecipient of the1998 Whiting Writers Award

  3. says:

    Kimbrell was one of my poetry professors in college, and this is one of my favorite collections.

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