The Salt Ecstasies

↠ The Salt Ecstasies ↠ James L. White Mark Doty - The Salt Ecstasies, The Salt Ecstasies The powerful and influential last poems of an unsung master now again available with a new introduction by National Book Award winner Mark DotyJames L White s The Salt Ecstasies originally published
  • Title: The Salt Ecstasies
  • Author: James L. White Mark Doty
  • ISBN: 9781555975616
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Paperback

↠ The Salt Ecstasies ↠ James L. White Mark Doty, The Salt Ecstasies, James L. White Mark Doty, The Salt Ecstasies The powerful and influential last poems of an unsung master now again available with a new introduction by National Book Award winner Mark DotyJames L White s The Salt Ecstasies originally published in shortly after White s untimely death has earned a reputation for its artful and explicit expression of love and desire In this new edition with an introduction byThe powe ↠ The Salt Ecstasies ↠ James L. White Mark Doty - The Salt Ecstasies, The Salt Ecstasies The powerful and influential last poems of an unsung master now again available with a new introduction by National Book Award winner Mark DotyJames L White s The Salt Ecstasies originally published

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About Author

  1. James L White was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, in 1936 At the age of sixteen, he began his training as a classical ballet dancer and was awarded a scholarship to the American Ballet Theater School He danced for ten years in America and Germany After his dance career, he attended universities in Indiana and Colorado, and then taught among Navajo tribes in New Mexico and Arizona White came to Minnesota to develop a creative writing program for Chippewa children through the Minnesota Writers in the Schools Program He was the author of four books of poetry Divorce Proceedings 1972 , A Crow s Story of Deer 1974 , The Del Rio Hotel 1975 , and The Salt Ecstasies 1982 In 1978, White was awarded the Bush Foundation Fellowship for Poetry He lived in Minneapolis until his death from heart disease in 1981.

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  1. reviewed for lambdaliterary Part of Graywolf s wonderful Re View series, which publishes important work by out of print and outsider poets, The Salt Ecstasies, one of the jewels in the crown of Graywolf s impressive poetry catalogue, seems long overdue for such treatment Luckily, it was worth the wait Series editor Mark Doty introduces the collection with a thoughtful essay, and has included two previously uncollected poems, as well as excerpts from White s journals.In addition to making The Sal [...]


  2. The first story I ever published, in 1992, was in the James White Review, a now defunct journal of stories and poems and essays by gay men I never knew who James White was until a couple months ago, when I heard the poet Mark Doty speak about him specifically, about going to the library where White s papers were housed These papers turned out to be one plastic box filled mostly with diaries Doty talked movingly about the experience of encountering these handwritten pages and realizing that he ma [...]


  3. Unrestrained and direct while simultaneously multilayered and ambiguous, The Salt Ecstasies has certainly found it s way into my heart, like a xenomorph s blood through the floor of the Nostromo White s final collection of poetry is saturated in sadness and regret, one wonders how it doesn t drown in all it s melancholy each verse draws attention to the authors loneliness and longing, riffing on nostalgia for a decayed world of hookers, sailors and gay bars where many had long turned their back [...]



  4. I m so glad that Graywolf reprinted this I especially love the opening poem, An Ordinary Composure probably because I am partial to prose poems I also love the series of poems Gatherings, and Poems of Submission I suspect White s strengths are displayed best through resonance, a ripple of images and themes.Also, Doty was correct in choosing to quote the following lines in his introduction In this joyous season I know my heart won t dieas you and the milk pods open their centerslike a first snow [...]


  5. It was with a dour scowl that I first eyed a slim, musty, and altogether grim copy of James L White s The Salt Ecstasies I was juggling the rigors of professorship while completing my MFA, and White s was one of a dozen inter library loans most of which were rare and or out of print I needed to inhale upon arrival as part of my required coursework According to the card sleeved in its back cover, the book hadn t felt a reader s hands in years, and I bristled at being assigned a collection of poem [...]


  6. I was lucky enough to win a copy of this book from Graywolf Press without any prior knowledge of James L White or his work It was something that, once started, demanded my attention In the same token, I was sad to finish this book An incredibly solitary, evocative group of poems, who s words literally made this reader ache This was no pity party you felt for White and his loneliness, but it never seemed petty or overbearing This was a well worn pain, one that was so artfully described that I alm [...]


  7. An interesting look into the life of an odd and entertaining man Poignant and honest look at sex, death, and culture.



  8. I don t have much to say here, but I recently revisited these poems, and I still found them to be quite lovely Moreover, Mark Doty s introduction is really well done.


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