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Edition: Main Street Rag
Date of issue: January 1st 2008
ISBN: 1599481340
ISBN 13: 9781599481340
Language: English
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In a time when there is no greater question than the question of environmental survival, Suzanne Frischkorn's LIT WINDOWPANE reminds us of the necessity of unadorned and unapologetic praise for the natural world. In language spare and well-keeled, Frischkorn's poems instill in the reader the kind of "perfect attentiveness" that the poet Alan Shapiro reminds us is required for reading and loving. Here, in these wonderful poems, we see that attentiveness devoted to the frail and meteoric world through a gaze that is both outward and inward.

--James Hoch

In the poem "Freshwater Notecards" Suzanne Frischkorn writes: I will fly/ in like a bird: not looking/ sideways, not looking/ down, not looking up. The imagination in these poems is like that; avid and disarming, they take the world head on, seeking beauty. In spare lines, with rich and lucid images, Suzanne Frischkorn sees the world transforming and remaking itself before her gaze. I love the elegant, heartfelt power of these poems.

--Cynthia Huntington

From the introduction to Spring Tide, winner of the Aldrich Poetry Award

Suzanne Frischkorn's poems are brisk and compelling. She writes as to a friend, or a stranger who might become a friend. The poems are extremely visual; the language is select and elegant, in the natural way a letter might reach elegance. The poem called Still Water begins "I want to tell you…"--a clear desire not only to express but to communicate. The poems are not home-spun by any means but exact, and exactly right, even at times beatific, so that we see what she sees as she sees it, which is pretty much, isn't it, the poem's intended accomplishment?

--Mary Oliver

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Ebook Lit Windowpane: Poems read Online! Suzanne Frischkorn is the author of Girl On A Bridge (2010), and Lit Windowpane (2008) both from Main Street Rag Publishing. In addition she is the author of five chapbooks, most recently American Flamingo (2008). Her poems have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies including Ecotone, Indiana Review, Margie, Poet Lore, Verse Daily and Conversation Pieces: Poems That Talk to Other Poems, part of the Everyman’s Library Pocket Series, (Knopf, 2007). New poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Barn Owl Review, Copper Nickel, North American Review, PALABRA, Pebble Lake Review, Printer's Devil Review, Puerto del Sol and the anthologies Because I Said So, Poem on the Happiness and Crappiness of Parenthood (Aortic Books) and Fire On Her Tongue: An eBook Anthology of Contemporary Women's Poetry (Two Sylvias Press). A 2009 Emerging Writers Fellow of The Writer's Center, her honors also include the Aldrich Poetry Award for her chapbook Spring Tide, selected by Mary Oliver, and an Artist Fellowship from the Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism.

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