Diane Wakoski has published more than forty collections of poems, including the four books that constitute her series “The Archaeology of Movies and Books”: Argonaut Rose (1998), The Emerald City of Las Vegas (1995), Jason the Sailor (1993), and Medea the Sorceress (1991); Emerald Ice: Selected Poems 1962-1987 (1988), which won the Poetry Society of America’s William Carlos Williams Award; and The Collected Greed, Parts 1-13 (1984). She has also published four books of essays: Toward a New Poetry (1979), Variations on a Theme (1976), Creating a Personal Mythology (1975), and Form Is an Extension of Content (1972).
Dec 01 1982
Responses to Frederick Turner
The following is a synopsis of and responses to Frederick Turner’s article ” ‘Mighty Poets in their Misery Dead’ : A polemic on the Contemporary Poetic Scene,” which appeared in the Fall, 1980 issue of The Missouri Review.
Sep 01 1979
These poems are not currently available online.
Mar 01 1978
Poetry: Diane Wakoski
“Searching for the Canto Fermo”