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Circus Maximus

Circus Maximus What would the Son of Man get up to in present day Rome Would he wander the Galleria Borghese loiter outside nightclubs ride trams tip accordionists How would Keats feel about the neon Dior sign th

  • Title: Circus Maximus
  • Author: David Starkey
  • ISBN: 9781927428207
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Paperback
  • What would the Son of Man get up to in present day Rome Would he wander the Galleria Borghese, loiter outside nightclubs, ride trams, tip accordionists How would Keats feel about the neon Dior sign that flashes away above the Spanish Steps Are there ways to avoid Vespas on the sidewalks Rules for carving a Piet And exactly which painter is responsible for the ugliestWhat would the Son of Man get up to in present day Rome Would he wander the Galleria Borghese, loiter outside nightclubs, ride trams, tip accordionists How would Keats feel about the neon Dior sign that flashes away above the Spanish Steps Are there ways to avoid Vespas on the sidewalks Rules for carving a Piet And exactly which painter is responsible for the ugliest Jesus in the history of Western Art A tour of Rome like no other, the poems of Circus Maximus ask these questions and Join David Starkey as he shines a torch on the sights, sounds, mysteries and metaphors of the Eternal City.David Starkey is the former Poet Laureate of Santa Barbara, a senior Fulbright scholar, and a six time nominee for the Pushcart Prize His latest volume of poetry is A Few Things You Should Know About the Weasel Biblioasis, 2010.

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    1. David Starkey

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information David Starkey directs the creative writing program at Santa Barbara City College Among his poetry collections are Starkey s Book of States Boson Books, 2007 , Adventures of the Minor Poet Artamo Press, 2007 , Ways of Being Dead New and Selected Poems Artamo, 2006 , David Starkey s Greatest Hits Pudding House, 2002 and Fear of Everything, winner of Palanquin Press s Spring 2000 chapbook contest A Few Things You Should Know about the Weasel will be published by the Canadian press Biblioasis next year In addition, over the past twenty years he has published than 400 poems in literary journals such as American Scholar, Antioch Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, Cutbank, Faultline, Greensboro Review, The Journal, Massachusetts Review, Mid American Review, Nebraska Review, Notre Dame Review, Poet Lore, Poetry East, South Dakota Review, Southern Humanities Review, Southern Poetry Review, Syca Review, Texas Review, and Wormwood Review He has also written two textbooks Creative Writing Four Genres in Brief Bedford St Martin s, 2008 and Poetry Writing Theme and Variations McGraw Hill, 1999 With Paul Willis, he co edited In a Fine Frenzy Poets Respond to Shakespeare Iowa, 2005 , and he is the editor of Living Blue in the Red States Nebraska, 2007 Keywords in Creative Writing, which he co authored with the late Wendy Bishop, was published in 2006 by Utah State University Press.

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