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         Eady Cornelius:     more books (36)
  1. You Don't Miss Your Water: Poems (Carnegie Mellon Classic Contemporary) by Cornelius Eady, 2004-02
  2. Hardheaded Weather by Cornelius Eady, 2008-04-10
  3. Brutal Imagination: Poems by Cornelius Eady, 2001-01-15
  4. Victims of the Latest Dance Craze by Cornelius Eady, 1986-06
  5. The Autobiography of a Jukebox by Cornelius Eady, 2007-02-09
  6. Brutal Imagination by Eady Cornelius, 2005-09-07
  7. The Gathering of My Name by Cornelius Eady, 1991-04
  8. Kartunes by Cornelius Eady, 1986-06
  9. Victims of the Latest Dance Craze by Cornelius Eady, 1997-02
  10. Biography - Eady, Cornelius (1954-): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2002-01-01
  11. New Yorker January 7 2008 John Updike Fiction, Mystery on Pearl Street (New York), Kahlil Gibran: The Collected Works, Marin Alsop at the Baltimore Symphony, Poems by Cornelius Eady & Sharon Olds
  12. New Yorker January 7 2008 John Updike Fiction, Mystery on Pearl Street (New York), Kahlil Gibran: The Collectied Works, Marin Alsop at the Baltimore Symphony, Poems by Cornelius Eady & Sharon Olds
  13. Gathering Ground: A Reader Celebrating Cave Canem's First Decade
  14. Kartunes --1986 publication. by Cornelius Eady, 1986-01-01

61. Renowned Poet And Author Of "You Don't Miss Your Water"
CosmoGIRL! presents. cornelius eady Renowned poet and author of You Don't MissYour Water . CosmoGIRL Welcome to our chat with renowned poet, cornelius eady.
LiveWorld Transcripts CosmoGIRL! presents Cornelius Eady
Renowned poet and author of "You Don't Miss Your Water" February 3, 2000 Cornelius Eady is the author of "You Don't Miss Your Water," "The Gathering of My Name" - a Pulitzer Prize nominee; "BOOM BOOM BOOM," "Victims of the Latest Dance Craze," which was the Lamont Poetry Selection of the Academy of American Poets; and "Kartunes." His honors include the Prairie Schooner Strousse Award and fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Foundation. He is Associate Professor of English and Director of the Poetry Center at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. He lives in New York City. Page 1 of 7 CosmoGIRL: Welcome to our chat with renowned poet, Cornelius Eady. Share your dreams of becoming a poet, and get some tips from a real pro. This chat is sponsored by CosmoGIRL! a magazine for REAL girls with REAL issues. Log on at Welcome, Cornelius! Cornelius Eady: Hello! It's good to be here.

62. Renowned Poet And Author Of "You Don't Miss Your Water"
presents. cornelius eady Renowned poet and author of You Don't Miss Your Water . corneliuseady Yes. I like poetry because it seems to be very natural.
LiveWorld Transcripts CosmoGIRL! presents Cornelius Eady
Renowned poet and author of "You Don't Miss Your Water" February 3, 2000 Page 2 of 7 Atlantean: Did you have to make a choice between Poetry and other forms of writing? Do you write other things? Cornelius Eady: Yes. I like poetry because it seems to be very natural. I found that I had the ability to hear poetry in everyday speech, and to imagine images from everyday life. I could see that very clearly, and I could hear it very clearly. So I was able to transform the everyday into lyrics. But I have written other forms of writing. I write songs. I have been a songwriter almost simultaneously with being a poet. I have written some prose, not a lot. I am working on a book of memoirs, and I finished two musical theater pieces over the last five years. And that has been quite an experience, and quite an adventure. Ameoba: Hi! How long have you been a poet? Cornelius Eady: Since I was 13 years old, and I'm 46 now. Insane Girl01: How do you know when someone has the talent of writing? Cornelius Eady: Oh, it's very clear. Something announces it to you. I mean, the writer has some sort of way of organizing what they see in a way that is very unique. And it's quite exciting when you encounter that person, especially if they are a young person, because you see the seeds of the adult writer. It's very exciting to know that you are reading someone who has the possibility of becoming a very, very good adult writer.

63. Loft Literary Center
DETAILS cornelius eady Visiting Mentor in March. —from Brutal Imagination,by cornelius eady, (GP Putnam's Sons, © 2001 by cornelius eady).
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64. Mentor Winners
writers have been selected for a year of intensive study with nationally acclaimedwriters Jan Zita Grover, Bill Hayes, Wang Ping, cornelius eady, Alexs D. Pate
by Jerod Santek, Director of Programs for Writers Twelve emerging writers have been selected for a year of intensive study with nationally acclaimed writers Jan Zita Grover Bill Hayes Wang Ping Cornelius Eady Alexs D. Pate , and LeAnne Howe . The writers will take part in craft seminars, manuscript critiques, workshops, and public readings throughout the year. They were chosen from a field of 231 applicants to the program. Preliminary judges Cindy Eppes Major Jackson and William O'Sullivan read the entries in fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction, respectively, and selected twenty to be forwarded to the mentors for final consideration. Jan Zita Grover and Bill Hayes selected the creative nonfiction winners; Wang Ping and Cornelius Eady chose the poets; and Alexs D. Pate and LeAnne Howe picked the four fiction writers. I look forward to working with all these talented writers. I hope that you can attend many of the events featuring the mentors and winners this year, including the November 15 reading and conversation with nonfiction mentors Jan Zita Grover and Bill Hayes. Watch A View from the Loft and the Loft's Web site for details of upcoming events. I also congratulate all of the finalists and encourage everyone who applied to apply again in spring 2003. Every year, there are new judges and new mentors, bringing new perspectives to the selection process. Patience and persistence pay off! Numerous current and past participants have applied many times before being accepted into the program.

65. Directory ::
eady, cornelius (1) Sites. cornelius eady The Academy of American Poetspresents a biography, photograph, and selected poems. ,

66. Find A Poet - Online Poetry Classroom
eady, cornelius Eberhart, Richard Eliot, TS Eluard, Paul Emanuel, James Emanuel,Lynn Emerson, Ralph Waldo Eshleman, Clayton Espada, Martín Evans, Mari.

67. Links - Online Poetry Classroom
cornelius eady. Poets Chat cornelius eady Daniel Kane interviews eadyabout his poem Thelonious Monk, at the Teachers Writers site.

68. Brutal Imagination (in MARION)
Brutal imagination. Title Brutal imagination poems / cornelius eady. Authoready, cornelius, 1954. Published New York GP Putnam's Sons, c2001.
Brutal imagination
  • Brutal imagination : poems / Cornelius Eady.
  • Eady, Cornelius, 1954-
  • New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c2001.
  • African Americans Poetry.
  • Race awareness Poetry.
  • Race relations Poetry.
  • 108 p. ; 22 cm.
  • "A Marian Wood book."
LC Card no:
  • ISBN:
    • 0399147187 (alk. paper)
    • 0399147209 (pbk. : alk. paper)
    System ID no:
    • ACO-6771
    Floor 2 - Non-Fiction
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    70. Principal Authors In The Database Of Twentieth Century African American Poetry
    Melvin, 1950 1992; Dove, Rita. eady, cornelius, 1954 -; Ellis, ThomasSayers; Forbes, Calvin, 1945 -; Goodison, Lorna; Harper, Michael S
    Principal Authors in the Database of Twentieth Century African American Poetry
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    71. Biography
    Biography cornelius eady (1954). cornelius Robert eady was born inRochester, New York, in 1954. His first book of poetry, Kartunes
    Biography: Cornelius Eady (1954-)
    Cornelius Robert Eady was born in Rochester, New York, in 1954. His first book of poetry, Kartunes (1980), received praise for its energy, imagery and innovative use of language. He served as writer-in-residence at Sweet Briar College (1982-1984); as master poet at the Young Writers Workshop in Charlottesville, Virginia (1984-1985); as writer-in-residence at the College of William and Mary (1987-1988); and as visiting writer at Sarah Lawrence College (1987-1988). Eady's poems have been characterized as lyrical, sometimes following the kinetic energy of dance and other times echoing the slow beat of the blues. In his prose poem cycle, You Don't Miss Your Water (Henry Holt, 1995), individual poems are titled as songs with blues allusions. In this non-chronological but biographical evocation of his father, Dixon addresses themes of perspective, interpretation, accommodation and reconciliation. Eady is Associate Professor of English at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, where he also serves as Director of the Poetry Center. Other poetry volumes include BOOM BOOM BOOM , 1988 (nominated for the Pulitzer Prize); and

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    73. BOA Calendar
    Room, Carmel, CA. 18. Meg Kearney will be reading with cornelius eady at730 pm at Cody's Books, 2454 Telegraph Ave. at Haste, Berkeley, CA.
    March New Releases Big Back Yard by Michael Teig Ellen Bass will be reading at 7:00 pm for the Monterey Bay Poets Against the War at the Rio Theater, 1205 Soquel Ave., Santa Cruz, CA. Ellen Bass will be reading at 8:00 pm for "In Celebration of the Muse: Poetry and Prose" at Cabrillo College, 6500 Soquel Dr., Aptos, CA. Dorianne Laux will be reading at 2:00 pm for the National Women's Month Reading at the Troy Public Library, Detroit, MI. For more information, please contact Ellen Bass Ellen Bass will be participating in "KOL ISHA: A Celebration of Jewish Women's Poetry" at the Berkeley Richmond Jewish Community Center, 1414 Walnut St., Berkeley, CA. For more information, please call 510-848-0237.
    April New Releases You Alone Are Real to Me: Remembering Rainer Maria Rilke Ellen Bass will be reading at 6:30 pm for the Lambda Literary Award Finalists at Eureka Valley Branch Library, 3555 16th St., San Francisco, CA. Dorianne Laux will be paricipating in a Celebration of Philip Levine in Portland, OR. Please contact Andrew Feld at for more info. Ellen Bass will be reading at 7:00 pm at Left Bank Books, St. Louis, MO. For more information, please e-mail

    74. New Books By African-American Authors
    Brutal Imagination eady, cornelius Putnam. January. 96p. ISBN 0399147209. $13.Poet eady deals frankly with the subject of the Black man in America.
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    ISBN: 0-684-87352-4. $23 Adams examines interracial marriage and the resulting biracial children from the perspective of biracial attorney Mingus Brown, whose self-identity and family loyalty are challenged when her African-American father leaves her Irish mother. Remember Me to Harlem: The Letters of Langston Hughes and Carl Van Vechten, 1925-1964 Bernard, Emily (Editor) Knopf Alfred A. February. 416p. ISBN: 0-679-45113-7. $30 In these letters, poet Hughes and his older white mentor, Van Vechten—two important men from the Harlem Renaissance—discuss literature and politics while gossiping about other literary figures like James Baldwin, W.E.B. Du Bois, and Ralph Ellison. The Haunting of Hip-Hop Berry, Bertice

    75. Poets Online Archive - Ancestry
    This prompt featured two poems By cornelius eady I'mA Fool To Love You From Autobiographyof a Jukebox (Listen to cornelius eady read this poem) and One Kind
    Poets Online Archive
    Ancestry This prompt featured two poems By Cornelius Eady - I'm A Fool To Love You From Autobiography of a Jukebox Listen to Cornelius Eady read this poem ) and One Kind Favor from You Don't Miss Your Water "One Kind Favor", one of the prose poems in the collection You Don't Miss Your Water, is not really an elegy for his father as much as the poem (and the book ) is an attempt to reconcile father and son, past and present. "I'm A Fool To Love You" deals with mother and father, and we might consider it a poem of ancestry . It seems that ancestry comes into our minds most when we are confronted with the death of our parents and grandparents or the birth of our own child. In an odd twist of mental time travel, we might look to those before us to see our own future, as we might look to our child and see our own past. Write a poem of ancestry that looks to those before you as a way of reflecting on yourself. As a starting point you might select an object (a piece of clothing, jewelry or artifact) that was passed on to you, or a quality that you or others have identified as being similar to an ancestor. Though Eady's two poems deal with death and painful memories, note that they end with "... a healing" and "...a desire to fix things." Your poem might easily be a celebration of those who preceded you, or those for whom you will be the ancestor.
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    76. USB Honors By Faculty Member
    Dyro,Joseph1991Presidentelect, American College of Clinical Engineering;eady,Cornelius1992Lila Wallace - Reader's Digest Writing Fellows Award;
    Honors by Faculty Member (Includes Emeritus faculty and faculty no longer with USB)
    • Ackerman,Lauren:1987:Fred W. Stewart Award, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital Ackerman,Lauren:1990:Distinguished Service Award, Washington U, School of Medicine, Medical Alumni Ackerman,Lauren:1992:Prix de Paris Adams,Paul R.:1986:MacArthur Fellow, John T. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Adams,Paul R.:1991:Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS) Adams,Paul R.::Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship Adams,Paul R.::Hughes Award Albertus,Donna:1990:President's Award for Excellence in Librarianship Alexander,John M.:1964:Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship Alexander,John M.:1991:American Chemical Society - Award for Nuclear Chemistry Alexander,John M.:1995:Fellow, American Physical Society Alexander,John M.::John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship Alexander,Stanley:1994:President's Award for Excellence in Teaching Alexander,Stanley:1996:Professorship, Distinguished Teaching Professor Allen,David:1989:President's Award for Excellence in Librarianship Allen,Philip B.:1973:Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship

    77. Arts/Literature/Authors/E
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    78. Authors On The Web - Poet Roundtable
    The participants in the Poetry Roundtable included Mary Jo Bang, Billy Collins, CorneliusEady, Jeffrey Greene, Richard Matthews, Honor Moore, Marge Piercy and
    Poet Roundtable
    AuthorsOnTheWeb brought together 16 poets to discover why poetic expression is so appealing to them and how they would respond to those who find poetry more than a little intimidating. The participants in the Poetry Roundtable included Mary Jo Bang, Billy Collins, Cornelius Eady, Jeffrey Greene, Richard Matthews, Honor Moore, Marge Piercy and Marc Woodworth who write for adult audiences as well as Betsy Franco, Robin Hirsch, Mary Ann Hoberman, Paul B. Janeczko, Alan Katz, X. J. Kennedy, Marilyn Singer and Sonya Sones who write poems for children and teens Meet the Authors:
    Mary Jo Bang
    Billy Collins
    Cornelius Eady
    Jeffrey Greene
    Richard Matthews
    Honor Moore
    Marge Piercy
    Marc Woodworth Questions AOTW: Of the various forms of expression, why do you find poetry so appealing? What can you say in poetry that you can't say as well in prose? AOTW: Do you have a poem that you think defines you? AOTW: Does reciting poetry enhance the experience? Do you ever do readings of  your own poetry for an audience?

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