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  1. The Ecstatic Erotic Poetry of Pattiann Rogers.: An article from: The Antioch Review by Gray Jacobik, 2000-06-22
  2. Biography - Rogers, Pattiann (1940-): An article from: Contemporary Authors Online by Gale Reference Team, 2007-01-01
  3. Pacific University Faculty: Dorianne Laux, Lynn Lashbrook, Jules Boykoff, Marvin Bell, Erasmus D. Shattuck, Pattiann Rogers, Judy Blunt
  4. Generations. (Poetry).(Poem): An article from: The Antioch Review by Pattiann Rogers, 2002-01-01
  5. LIES AND DEVOTIONS. by Pattiann. (SIGNED) ROGERS, 1994
  6. The Expectations of Light by Pattiann Rogers, 1981-12
  7. Legendary Performance. by Pattiann. ROGERS, 1987
  8. God a nd His People.(Poem): An article from: Poetry by Pattiann Rogers, 2002-10-01
  9. Poetry East - Origins: Poets on the Composition Process (#43 Fall 1996) (43) by Mary Oliver, Tess Gallagher, et all 1996
  10. THE ONLY HOLY WINDOW. Poems. by Pattiann. (SIGNED) ROGERS, 1984-01-01
  11. The Tatooed Lady in the Garden by Pattiann Rogers, 1986-01-01
  12. THE IOWA REVIEW Vol. 23 No. 1 (Winter 1993) by David, Editor (Jared Carter, Stuart Dybek, Pattiann Rogers, Jonathan H HAMILTON, 1993-01-01
  13. Servant, Birthright.(Poem): An article from: Poetry by Pattiann Rogers, 2004-01-01
  14. TriQuarterly79 - Northwestern University Fall 1990 by E.S. Goldman, PattiAnn Rogers, Theodore Weiss, others Robert Day, 1990

21. Pattiann Rogers - The Academy Of American Poets
pattiann rogers The Academy of American Poets presents biographies, photographs,selected poems, and links as part of its online poetry exhibits.
poetry awards poetry month poetry exhibits about the academy Search Larger Type Find a Poet Find a Poem Listening Booth ... Add to a Notebook Pattiann Rogers Pattiann Rogers has published numerous books of poetry, including Song of the World Becoming: New and Collected Poems, 1981-2001 (Milkweed Editions, 2001); Firekeeper: New and Selected Poems (1994), which was a finalist for the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize; and Eating Milk and Honey (1997). She has been the recipient of two NEA grants, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and a Lannan Poetry Fellowship. Her poems have won several prizes, including the Tietjens Prize and the Hokin Prize from Poetry, the Roethke Prize from Poetry Northwest , the Strousse Award twice from Prairie Schooner , three book awards from the Texas Institute of Letters, and four Pushcart Prizes. She is a graduate of the University of Missouri (B.A.) and the University of Houston (M.A.) and has been a visiting writer at the University of Texas, the University of Montana, and the University of Arkansas and a member of the faculty of Vermont College. The mother of two grown sons, Rogers lives with her husband, a geophysicist, in Colorado. This bio was last updated on May 14, 2001.

22. Pattiann Rogers - The Academy Of American Poets
pattiann rogers Counting What the Cactus Contains. The Add to a NotebookCounting What the Cactus Contains pattiann rogers. Elf

23. Pattiann Rogers, Poetry: Issue Seven - The Cortland Review
Poetry of pattiann rogers in real audio Issue Seven (May 1999)- The Cortland Review. ISSUE SEVEN May 1999, pattiann rogers.
May 1999 Pattiann Rogers
Philip Levine
Steven Ford Brown

David Citino

Billy Collins

Robert Collins
Thomas Swiss

Gilbert Allen
Kelly Cherry Rosa Shand Stephen Sossaman B OOK R EVIEW David Kennedy Pattiann Rogers ' most recent books are Eating Bread and Honey (Milkweed Editions, 1997) and Firekeeper (Milkweed Editions, l994.) Her poems have appeared in Poetry Prairie Schooner Poetry Northwest , and Best American Poetry . A book-length essay The Dream of the Marsh Wren: Writing as Reciprocal Creation will appear from Milkweed in May, l999, in the Credo Series. As the Living Are to the Dead A sweet orange, peeled and sectioned, lies on a plate atop a limestone boulder covered with lichen rosettes. A fossil of marine shell, as if it were a stone heart, holds and keeps deep inside the central gravity of that rock. Grit and gravels are contained, for digestion, in the living gizzards of all Yokohama. Such stones grind

24. Orion > Thoughts On America
Grief by pattiann rogers. Even though, like a stone sinking in agreen sea, it knows depth and the darkness of depth; even though
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Grief by Pattiann Rogers
Even though, like a stone sinking
in a green sea, it knows depth
and the darkness of depth; even though,
like a thundercloud in wind, it is torn
apart and reassembled over and over;
even though it draws in, pulls
its ragged edges close around
the heart, like a blossom of bindweed
at dusk; and even though its form

25. Fire & Grit
pattiann rogers has published seven books of poetry, the most recent Eating Breadand Honey (Milkweed Editions, 1997) and including The Expectations of Light
Pattiann Rogers has published seven books of poetry, the most recent Eating Bread and Honey (Milkweed Editions, 1997) and including The Expectations of Light Splitting and Binding Geocentric , and her newest volume, Firekeeper , of which Barry Lopez has said, "If angels were to agree upon a language to describe creation, a tone of voice and a point of view that would adequately celebrate the divine, these would be the poems they would write." She has been the recipient of two NEA grants, a Guggenheim fellowship, and a Lannan Poetry Fellowship. She has also received numerous prizes, including the Tietjens Prize, the Hokin Prize, the Roethke Prize, and four Pushcart Prizes. Ms. Rogers lives with her husband, a geophysicist, in Colorado.
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26. "The Voice Of The Precambrian Sea" By Pattiann Rogers (
The Voice of the Precambrian Sea. from Splitting and Binding by pattiannrogers. During From Splitting and Binding by pattiann rogers. Copyright
The Voice of the Precambrian Sea from Splitting and Binding
by Pattiann Rogers D uring the dearth and lack of those two thousand
Million years of death, one wished primarily
Just to grasp tightly, to compose, to circle,
To link and fasten skillfully, as one
Crusty grey bryozoan builds upon another,
To be anything particular, flexing and releasing
In controlled spasms, to make boundariesreplicating
Chains, membranes, epitheliumsto latch on with power
As hooked mussels now adhere to rocky beaches;
To roll up tightly, fistlike, as a water possum, Spine and skin, curls against the cold; To become godlike with transformation. And in that time one eventually wished, With the dull swell and fall of the surf, to rise up Out of oneself, to move straight into the violet

27. Opus From Space - A Poem By Pattiann Rogers (
Copyright @1997 pattiann rogers. pattiann rogers's seven books of poetry includeEating Bread and Honey(1997) and Firekeeper New and Selected Poems (1994).
Place and Proximity
by Pattiann Rogers from Eating Bread and Honey I'm surrounded by stars. They cover me completely like an invisible silk veil full of sequins. They touch me, one by one, everywhere-hands, shoulders, lips, ankle hollows, thigh reclusions.
Particular in their presence, like rain, they come also in streams, in storms. Careening, they define more precisely than wind. They enter, cheekbone, breastbone, spine, skull, moving out and in and out, through like threads, like weightless grains of beads in their orbits and rotations, their ritual passages.
They are the luminescence of blood and circuit the body. They are showers of fire filling the dark, myriad spaces of porous bone. What can be nearer to flesh than light?
And I swallow stars. I eat stars. I breathe stars. I survive on stars. They sound precisely, humming in my nose, in my throat, on my tongue. Stars, stars
They are above me suspended, drifting, caught in the loom of the elm, similarly enmeshed in my hair. They are below me straight down in the deep. I am immersed in stars. I swim through stars, their swells and currents. I walk on stars. They are less, they are more, even than water even than earth.
They come with immediacy. They are as bound to me as history. No knife, no death can part us.

28. Pattiann Rogers Schedule Of Events
COMPLETE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS, pattiann rogers. March 21, 2000. SherylSt. Germain (English/Creative Writing). pattiann rogers (Poet).
March 21, 2000
12:30 -1:45 Lunch with Graduate Students, Ross Lounge (212)
2:00-3:30 Poetry craft lecture/discussion, Ross 212
4:00-5:15 Poetics of Science Panel, College of Design Auditorium:
  • Diane Debinski (Animal Ecology)
    Laurent Hodges (Physics)
    Mimi Wagner (Landscape Architecture)
    Sheryl St. Germain (English/Creative Writing)
    Pattiann Rogers (Poet)
The panelists will respond to Pattiann Rogers' poems from the perspective of their various disciplines, and will also discuss connections between the arts and the sciences.
8:00-9:00 Reading: "In an Open Field on a Clear Night," College of Design Auditorium
9:15 Book signing and reception, College of Design Atrium

29. Pattiann Rogers- Fibrillations!
TOP13DES12 This Old Poem 13 pattiann rogers’ Opus From Space Copyright© by Dan Schneider, 7/31/02. pattiann rogers is a poet
This Old Poem #13:
Pattiann Rogers’ Opus From Space
Pattiann Rogers is a poet who has used science better than just about any other published poet. Her poems have had very Stevensian titles like The Importance of the Whale in the Field of Iris Firekeeper:, New and Selected Poems st
Washington Post Sunday column called Poet’s Choice . This appeared in the late 1990s with Rita Dove its 1 st guru. RH was the 2 nd One Poem, by Pattiann Rogers was published on 3/7/99.
Let us now look at the poem, from PR’s 1997 book Eating Bread And Honey (not a promising title, eh?): Opus From Space Almost everything I know is glad
to be born – not only the desert orangetip,
on the twist flower or tansy, shaking
birth moisture from its wings, but also the naked
warbler nesting, head wavering toward sky,
and the honey possum, the pygmy possum,
blind, hairless thimbles of forward, press and part. Almost everything I've seen pushes toward the place of that state as if there were no knowing any other – the violent crack and seed-propelling shot of the witch hazel pod

30. About Pattiann Rogers
pattiann rogers. rogers's seventh book, Eating Bread Honey, has justbeen published by Milkweed Editions. Her sixth book, Firekeeper
About the Speakers
Pattiann Rogers
Rogers's seventh book, , has just been published by Milkweed Editions. Her sixth book, Firekeeper, New and Selected Poems was chosen by Publishers Weekly as one of the Best Books Published in 1994 and was one of five finalists for the Lenore Marshall Award given by the Academy of American Poets for the most outstanding book of poetry published in the United States in 1994. It also received the Natalie Ornish Poetry Award from the Texas Institute of Letters . She has received two NEA Grants, a Guggenheim Fellowship from the Lannan foundation. Her poems have been awarded the Tietjens Prize and the Hokin Prize for Poetry, the Roethke Prize from Poetry Northwest, the Strousse Award from Prairie Schooner, in 1993 and 1996, four Pushcart Prizes, and an appearance in The Best American Poetry of , edited by Adrienne Rich. Rogers was born in Joplin, Missouri, and graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. from the University of Missouri in 1961. She received a Master of Arts from the University of Houston in 1981. She has taught at the

31. Pattiann Rogers To Read
pattiann rogers to Read. Awardwinning poet pattiann rogers, whosework Animals and People The Human Heart in Conflict with Itself
Pattiann Rogers to Read
Award-winning poet Pattiann Rogers, whose work Animals and People: The Human Heart in Conflict with Itself will be published by the Knight Library Press, will read selections from her works on Thursday, November 14, 2002, at 7:30 p.m. in the Knight Library Browsing Room, 1501 Kincaid Street, in Eugene. Animals and People explores our long and complex relationship with animals on this earth, our desire to possess their beauty and be like them, and our need to use and control them. The book incorporates four copper etchings by Portland artist Margot Voorhies Thompson and includes a compact disk of the author reading her work. Publication is scheduled for fall 2002. More information on the book and the Knight Library Press is available at The author of 10 books, Rogers has won numerous fellowships, literary prizes, and writing awards, including NEA grants, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and a Poetry Fellowship from the Lannan Foundation. Her poems have been awarded the Tietjens Prize, the Hokin Prize, and the Bock prize from Poetry ; the Roethke Prize from Poetry Northwest ; the Strousse Award from Prairie Schooner in 1993 and 1996; five Pushcart Prizes; and an appearance in the

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36. Milkweed | Catalog By Author
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37. Milkweed | What's New | Author's Notes
Favorite pattiann rogers' Poems as Selected By Naomi Shihab Nye pattiannrogers is one of the most original voices of recent decades.

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Favorite Pattiann Rogers' Poems as Selected By: Richard Howard
"I have been reading and delighting in her work for years, and teaching it for years as well, and by now I regard her as one of the finest poets in America." "If Dying Means Becoming Pure Spirit"
"Stone Bird"

"The Art of Raising Gibbons and Flowers"

Naomi Shihab Nye
"Pattiann Rogers is one of the most original voices of recent decades. Readers who savor her perceptions, her intricate, vastly intelligent sense of connections, are heartened indeliblyshe is a crucial poet for a disconnected time. . . . I could truly say there is something I love in every poem she has ever written." "The Family is All There Is"
Diane Ackerman
"I rarely read her poems one at a time, but in splurges, relishing the same elements in all of them: the brilliant onrushing voice that pours evenly through her poems, as if they were a single reverent song of life; the sheer surprise and ingenuity of her subjects, suppositions, and points of view; her keen roaming eye that's equally detained by the local and the universal, the fist of a mouse or the agencies of the stars. Having so many of her poems gathered together in one volume is a long-awaited pleasure." "Being Accomplished"
"The Origin of Order"
"The Compassion of the Iris" "Finding the Tattooed Lady in the Garden" ... "The Stars Beneath My Feet" Scott Russell Sanders "Coming on a new cache of poems by Pattiann Rogers is like discovering a secret meadow thronged with flowers and birds and bugs, a wild clearing undergirded by stone and encircled by trees and lite by stars. To find these new poems opening into the depths of her collected work is a blessing beyond reckoning, for here is a wealth of hard, loving, precise thought about the universe and its creatures unrivaled by any poet in our time."

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39. The Chautauqua Institution > The Chautauquan Daily
Never. . Q A pattiann rogers. Q I suppose an obvious question is How do youwrite your titles, how do you react to a categorization of being a nature poet?
return to Celebrating 126 years of continuous publication.
Rogers Reads Poems About Nature, The Two Immensities, A Mouse And God
by Alice R. O'Grady
Staff Writer Pattiann Rogers read and discussed her poetry at her morning Amphitheater lecture titled "Poems in an Expanding Universe."
Rogers reiterated her suggestion - to those who prefer not to listen for the meaning of the words - that they just listen as they would to music.
Most of the audience are here at Chautauqua partly because of the beauty of the place, she said. "Why are we moved by certain things in the natural world?" she asked. "Here's some poetry about that."
Rogers said she wrote "Till My Teeth Rattle" after reading an essay called "Against Nature." The author, Rogers said, claimed that people who say they love nature are making it up. Thinking that maybe the author was right, Rogers went outside and saw 12 magpies in a tiny tree. She thought, "Maybe she's not right." The two immensities
Rogers heard an interview with a man who said he was "struggling between the two immensities," by which he meant birth and death. "Opus from Space" was written with this in mind. "Almost everything I know is raging to be born," she said. "Everything is saying 'yes' to life … they put asphalt over me, I'm coming up anyway."

40. Style Live: Books & Reading
One Poem By pattiann rogers, Opus from Space by pattiann rogers waspublished in Eating Bread and Honey (Milkweed Editions, 1997).
One Poem
By Pattiann Rogers
By Robert Hass

March 7, 1999
I always seem to want it to be spring before winter is done with. I start counting it as spring, secretly, mentally, from about March 1 onward, which is not cheating in California, where in fact I start counting in mid-February, or in Washington. But I have thought of spring and gone out looking for evidence, at times, on the edges of Lake Erie and along the Iowa River and even in muddy iced-over fields in the Norfolk Broads in bitter March and in a Mexican desert in December. I was musing on this fact of my character when I came across this poem by Pattiann Rogers from her book "Eating Bread and Honey." It was published in 1997 and I'm just catching up with it. Rogers lives in Colorado. Her work has always appealed to me because she knows so much natural history, and knows it with such exuberance: Opus From Space Almost everything I know is glad
on the twist flower or tansy, shaking
birth moisture from its wings, but also the naked
warbler nesting, head wavering toward sky

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