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  1. Sparrow: Poems by Carol Muske-Dukes, 2008-11-14
  2. Poets for life; seventy-six poets respond to AIDS essays by the Rt. Rev. Paul Moore, Jr., Joseph Papp, and Carol Muske. by Michael, ed Klein, 1989
  3. Red Trousseau: Poems (Poets, Penguin) by Carol Muske, 1993-09-01
  4. Skylight by Carol Muske, 1997-08
  5. Women and Poetry: Truth, Autobiography, and the Shape of the Self (Poets on Poetry) by Carol Muske, 1997-08-01
  6. Saving St. Germ: A Novel by Carol Muske-Dukes, 1995-01-01
  7. Wyndmere (Pitt Poetry Series) by Carol Muske, 1985-04-22
  8. Saving St. Germ. SIGNED by author by Carol Muske Dukes, 1993
  9. Camouflage (Pitt poetry series) by Carol Muske, 1976-06-01
  10. Applause (Pitt Poetry Series) by Carol Muske, 1989-04-06
  11. Married to the Icepick Killer: A Poet in Hollywood by Carol Muske-Dukes, 2002-08
  12. An Octave Above Thunder (Carnegie Mellon Poetry) by Carol Muske, 1998-04
  13. Absolute Disaster: Fiction from Los Angeles
  14. Dear Digby by Carol Muske-Dukes, 2003-04-01

1. Muske Carol Poetry, American, Literature
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3. Carol Muske-Dukes - The Academy Of American Poets
carol muskeDukes The Academy of American Poets presents biographies, photographs, selected poems, and links as part of its online poetry exhibits. Some pages also include RealAudio clips of the poet reading his or her work. carol muske-Dukes. carol muske-Dukes was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, in 1945.
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4. The Website Of Carol Muske-Dukes
She received her award from carol muske Dukes at the USC School of Theatre'sannual awards ceremony held at the Bing Theater on Sunday May 12, 2002.
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Donate online today: In May of 2002 the first David Dukes Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Annie Katica from Tacoma, Washington, who is in her junior year at USC's School of Theatre. Ms. Katica will receive a $5,000 stipend as well as a one year internship at the Mark Taper Forum during her Senior year. Ms. Katica was chosen from a group of six finalists, having written an essay and prepared an audition that included both contemporary and classical soliloquies. She received her award from Carol Muske Dukes at the USC School of Theatre's annual awards ceremony held at the Bing Theater on Sunday May 12, 2002. The scholarship, established in memory of the late actor David Dukes, will be awarded annually to a third-year Theater Arts student working toward a career in stage acting. A bronze plaque commemorating the scholarship benefit held in David Dukes' name can be seen in the lobby of the Bing Theater, off Queen's Court on the USC campus.

5. NCW--Carol Muske Dukes
A profile of Nebraska writer carol muske Dukes. Poet, fiction writer, and essayist carol muske DUKES was born in St Paul and earned her BA at Creighton University and
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Writers On-Line Poet, fiction writer, and essayist CAROL MUSKE DUKES was born in St Paul and earned her BA at Creighton University and her MA at California State University at San Francisco. She has taught in the graduate writing programs at Columbia University, the Iowa Writers' Workshop, the University of California at Irvine, and the University of Virginia. She is a full professor at the University of Southern California, teaching courses in poetry and fiction writing, and serving as direcotor of the PhD program in creative writing. She is the author, most recently, of (1997), an essay collection (1997), and the novel Saving St. Germ (1993). She lives in Los Angeles with her daughter, Annie Cameron, and husband, the actor David Dukes.
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6. Poets Carol Muske And Carl Phillips To Read At Lc
PR98162 Poets carol muske and Carl Phillips to Read at LC September 28, 1998 Contact Yvonne French (202) 707-9191
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PR98-162 Poets Carol Muske and Carl Phillips to Read at LC September 28, 1998 Contact: Yvonne French (202) 707-9191 WITTER BYNNER FELLOWS CAROL MUSKE AND CARL PHILLIPS TO READ THEIR POEMS AT THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS Witter Bynner Fellows Carol Muske and Carl Phillips will read from their work at the Library of Congress at 6:45 p.m. October 16 in the Montpelier Room on the sixth floor of the James Madison Memorial Building, 101 Independence Ave. S.E. The reading is free, and neither tickets nor reservations are required. The Witter Bynner Fellowships are funded by the Witter Bynner Foundation and given under the auspieces of the Library of Congress to support the writing of poetry. The fellows are chosen by the incumbent Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry, and are asked to organize a local poetry reading in their communities, which they did last spring, and participate in a poetry reading at the Library of Congress, which is the October 16 event. Ms. Muske and Mr. Phillips last year became the first poets to receive the first Witter Bynner Fellowships to be conferred by the Library of Congress's Poetry and Literature Center. Ms. Muske is a poet, novelist, critic and professor at the University of Southern California. She is the author of six collections of poetry, including An Octave Above Thunder (1997), Red Trousseau (1993), Applause (1989) and Camouflage (1975); and two novels, Saving St. Germ (1989) and Dear Digby (1993). She is the recipient of awards and grants from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Ingram- Merrill Foundation, and the Poetry Society of America. Carl Phillips's most recent collection of poetry is From the Devotions (1998). He is also the author of In the Blood, which won the Morse Poetry Prize, and Cortege, a finalist for both the National Book Critics Circle Award and the Lambda Literary Award. The recipient of fellowships and prizes from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Massachusetts Artists Foundation and the Academy of American Poets, Mr. Phillips is associate professor of English and of African and Afro-American Studies at Washington University, St. Louis, where he also directs the creative writing program. The Poetry and Literature Center, which administers the poetry series, is also the home of the Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry, a position that has existed since 1936, when the late philanthropist Archer M. Huntington endowed the Chair of Poetry at the Library of Congress. Archibald MacLeish, who was Librarian from 1939 to 1944, determined the Consultant in Poetry should be an annual appointment. Since then, many of the nation's most eminent poets have served as Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress and, after the passage of Public Law 99-194 in 1985, as Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry. The current Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry, Robert Pinsky, is the award-winning translator of The Inferno of Dante and a creative writing professor at Boston University. He suggests authors to read in the literary series, plans other special events during the literary season, and usually introduces the programs. Interpreting services (American Sign Language, Contact Signing, Oral and/or Tactile) will be provided if requested five business days in advance of the event. Call (202) 707-6362 TTY and voice to make a specific request. For other ADA accommodations, contact the Disability Employment office at (202) 707-9948 TTY and (202) 707-7544 voice. # # # PR 98-162 09/28/98 ISSN 0731-3527 ***updated 10/16/98 (jhs)***

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8. Articles By Carol Muske Dukes
Edith Bunker! 2003 carol muske Dukes. email cmd@carolmuskedukes.comSite Design by Foster Johnson Jack Straws FD Studios,
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The poem in my head goes something like this: Sunset and evening star/And one clear call for me! /O Captain my Captain!/Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers/I'm nobody! Who are you?

I spent a bit of last summer reading three anthologies-three collections of selected poems by "young American poets" (that is to say, poets born in 1960 or after), most (though not all) of whom have at least one published book of poems.

ON AUGUST 13, 1981,1 LEFT THE UFFIZI and walked through the crowds surrounding Michelangelo's
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Arriving late to a dinner party a while back, my husband and I approached the dining room, where people were already seated. A woman rose up from her chair, pointed a finger at David and cried, "My God, you're the one who raped Edith Bunker!"...
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10. NCW--What The Critics Say About Carol Muske Dukes
Nebraska Center for Writers. Chimney Rock What the Critics Say About carolmuske Dukes. Applause Copyright © 1989 by carol muske U of Pittsburgh P.
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APPLAUSE
DEAR DIGBY
AN OCTAVE ABOVE THUNDER
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WOMEN AND POETRY
Applause
by Carol Muske
U of Pittsburgh P With subtlety and intelligence, Muske ( Camouflage Publisher's Weekly
Dear Digby
by Carol Muske Dukes
Viking Penguin Though Willis Digby, letters editor for the feminist journal Sisterhood SIS Library Journal Publisher's Weekly
An Octave Above Thunder
by Carol Muske
Penguin Putnam An Octave Above Thunder The New York Times Book Review
Red Trousseau
by Carol Muske
Viking Penguin Carol Muske has been called one of the best poets of her generation. The Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, Carolyn Kizer, commented that her technical dazzle and virtuosity are "one of a kind: Mozartian." The poems in her new collection, Red Trousseau , use Los Angeles as a symbol for the seduction of appearances; in the title poem, reality crosses from the Wallace Stevens notion of the sun "hovering in its guise of impatient tribunal" to a director's reshooting of a tarnished sunset, so that "the scene, infinite, rebegins." In Carol Muske's work, red, blue, and yellow dominate, serving to link such disparate things as a soundstage's fake prie dieu, a precinct station map of gang activity, and a schoolgirl's model of the planets, all of which take on the red of Salem burnings, the self-immolation of a political dissident in Prague, and Eros itself, moving like a red shadow over the body of love. Fate in Red Trousseau Red Trousseau

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12. In Memoriam By Carol Muske
carol muske (carol muske Dukes in fiction) has two new books appearing this yearWomenand Poetry Truth, Autobiography, and the Shape of the Self; and An
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poem A weekly poem, read by the author.
In Memoriam
By Carol Muske
Posted Thursday, August 21, 1997, at 12:30 AM PT
We bought Amish quilts
in Kalona. Or, I bought two.
You hung back, approving, but disinclined by nature to purchase cotton and twill oddments, stars and hexagons. Yet you did. And paid with a rare optimism: a love poem. It turns out I was the one who did not believe. When an ecstatic life is taken apart then re-stitched in increments, it comes to resemble bad faith, a set of troubled assumptions. My daughter sleeps under mine. And you, who are nowhere now but in the charged air, you saw it first, pointed out to me in love the one bright yellow square, uncanny, unfaded in the dim one hundred-year-old field. Carol Muske (Carol Muske Dukes in fiction) has two new books appearing this year Women and Poetry: Truth, Autobiography, and the Shape of the Self ; and An Octave Above Thunder: New and Selected Poems , due in October.

13. The Queen Of Tragedy -               
to carol muskeDukes reading this poem. The Queen of Tragedy —after CatullusBy carol muske-Dukes Posted Tuesday, July 30, 2002, at 830 AM PT
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poem A weekly poem, read by the author.
The Queen of Tragedy
—after Catullus
By Carol Muske-Dukes
Posted Tuesday, July 30, 2002, at 8:30 AM PT
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Here she comes, the Queen of Tragedy, dragging her train of black feathers … Grieving publicly, grieving at the great communal well. Tears, tears everywhere! But Catullus' lover lost her pet sparrow and that small moment fit grief perfectly. The Latin: pipiebat —uncanny the precise sound of the tiny bold piping—heard no more. In her lap or at her breast, Her sparrow lifting like that my sorrow cheeping all the time, hopping from one shoulder to another … pipiebat, little incident. Yes, in all the translations, it is a small bird it is a needless act . This is what makes me want to talk to you tonight, Catullus. You, tagging the off-white walls with immortal graffiti—making Lesbia's tears also eternal.

14. Ploughshares, The Literary Journal
Sitemap. Author Login. Authors Articles carol muske. carol muske. Ploughsharesarticles by or about this author carol muske, Rumors Poetry, Poetry, Spring 1999.
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15. Ploughshares, The Literary Journal
University. carol muske (carol muske Dukes in fiction) teaches creativewriting at the University of Southern California. Her most
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16. USC Department Of English PhD In Literature & Creative Writing
carol muskeDukes is a poet, fiction writer and critic (a regular reviewer forthe New York Times Book Review and the Los Angeles Times Book Review) and
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Carol Muske-Dukes is a poet, fiction writer and critic (a regular reviewer for the New York Times Book Review and the Los Angeles Times Book Review ) and Director of the new Ph.D. Program in Literature and Creative Writing at University of Southern California. She is the author of six books of poems, three novels (most recently, Life After Death , published in June, 2001 by Random House), and two collections of essays (most recently Married To The Icepick Killer: A Poet In Hollywood, Random House, 2002). Her awards and prizes include a Guggenheim Foundation fellowship, Witter-Bynner Award from the Library of Congress, an NEA fellowship, the di Castagnola Award, the Dylan Thomas Poetry Award, an Ingram-Merrill award, and several Pushcart Prizes. Her books have been a Los Angeles Times Book Prize finalist and a PEN Award finalist, and she has had novels cited as New York Times Most Notable Books. She has taught at Columbia's Graduate Writing Program, the Iowa Writers' Workshop, University of California Irvine's Graduate Writing Program, and other universities. She is Professor of English at the University of Southern California and Director of the USC PhD in Literature and Creative Writing program. Her new book of poems, Sparrow

17. Carol Muske, USC Department Of English, Faculty
carol muskeDukes (213) 740-2824 (English) (213) 821 0477 (Creative Writing) ProfessorDirector Ph.D. Program in Creative Writing BA Creighton University MA
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Carol Muske-Dukes
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B.A. Creighton University
M.A. California State University at San Francis
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Teaching and Research Interests
Poetry Writing; Fiction Writing; Contemporary Literature
SELECTED BOOKS
A Poet in Hollywood (Random House, 2002)
"What is a Poem?" in The Eye of the Poet ed. David Citino (Oxford University Press, 2002)
Life after Death, Random House, 2001
An Octave Above Thunder , Critical Essays, 1997 Skylight, 1981 (Reprinted 1995) Saving St. Germ, Red Trousseau,
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"I Married the Icepick Killer," New York Times Magazine "Bookend Essay," New York Times Book Review , April 9, 2000 "Let it Bleed," LA Times Book Review, 1998 "Shakespeare Meets the Long Gray Line," New York Times Book Review "Mapping Lost Worlds," review in New York Times Book Review, "Happiness, Death, the Jitters," review in The Nation

18. Booklist--Muske-Dukes, Carol. Life After Death.
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19. Carol Muske-Dukes And Marilyn Nelson
carol muskeDukes is the author of six books of poems (most recently An Octave AboveThunder from Penguin) and three novels (her third novel, Life After Death
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Poem: THE ILLUSION Carol Muske-Dukes is the author of six books of poems (most recently An Octave Above Thunder from Penguin) and three novels (her third novel, Life After Death , will be published by Random House, 2001) and two books of essays, Women and Poetry and A Poet in Hollywood (Random House 2002). Her collections of poems and novels have been selected regularly as New York Times Most Notable Books. Her books have been finalists for the LA Times Book Prize, she has received Pushcart and Pen Awards and she has received fellowships from the Library of Congress, the Guggenheim Foundation, the Poetry Society of America, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Her work is anthologized widely, featured in Best American Poetry and 100 Great Poems by Women . She is Director of the Ph.D. Program in Creative Writing and Literature at the University of Southern California, where she is Professor of English and Creative Writing. She is also a regular reviewer for the New York Times Book Review and for the LA Times Book Review. She holds degrees from Creighton University and San Francisco State University. Her daughter, Annie, is a senior at Marlborough School, and her stepson, Shawn, lives in San Francisco. Her husband, actor David Dukes, recently passed away.
Poem: CLAY Marilyn Nelson's collections include Carver: A Life in Poems Magnificat Partial Truth Mama's Promises (1985), and

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