Grace Cavalieri has written 16 books of poems, and 26 produced plays. Her latest book is Cosa Farei Per Amore (2013) translated from her book of poems in the voice of Mary Wollstonecraft, and What I Would Do For Love, a Paterson Prize finalist. Her latest play is “Anna Nicole: Blonde Glory.” She holds the 1993 Allen Ginsberg Award for poetry, the Pen Syndicated Fiction Award, the Bordighera Poetry Award, the Columbia Award, a CPB Silver Medal among others. She is also the 2013 recipient of the Association of Writers and Writing Programs George Garrett Award “for Outstanding Community Service in Literature and for her dedication to helping the next generation of writers find their way as artists and literary professionals.“ She is co-winner of the 2013 Allen Ginsberg Poetry Award. She produces “The Poet and the Poem” from the Library of Congress for public radio.
100 entries by Grace Cavalieri
An EXEMPLARS Book Review by Grace Cavalieri
From his confinement in a prison cell, a Nobel Prize-winning poet reflects on Tiananmen and the human-rights struggle in China.
The Welsh writer gives us a novel seen through the eyes of a vindictive esthete/serial killer.
This haunting collection by a “philosopher poet” is a conversation with himself.
Svoboda’s new novel is the Bohemian answer to Willa Cather’s My Antonia.
Poetry of the spirit and of large ideas, with a light hand.
Drawing on his wide-ranging travels, poet Forrest Gander considers the transfer of feelings between cultures.
In this latest poetry collection from a lyrical master, “tension trembles below a tranquil surface.”