Breaking the Alabaster Jar
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conversations with Li-Young Lee
- American reader series - v. 7
Seeing the power of poetry / William Heyen and Stan Sanvel Rubin
A well of dark water / Bill Moyers
Waiting for a final shapeliness to occur / Anthony Piccione and Stan Sanvel Rubin
Art is who we are / Patty Cooper and Alex Yu
Art and the deeper silence / Reamy Jansen
Working to hear the hum / Laura Ann dearing and Michael Graber
The more poetry, the more eternity
The pregnant silence that opens / Indiana review
Riding a horse that's just a little too wild for you / Tod Marshall
The presence of an eternal mystery while folding clothes / Marie Jordan
Saying goodbye to the 999 other poems / Alan Fox
Finding a voice for the condition of allness / Earl G. Ingersoll
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In this collection of interviews, Li Young Lee discusses his family's flight from political oppression in China and Indonesia, how that journey affected his poetry, and the engaging, often painful,insights being raised a cultural outsider in America afforded him.
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