Welcome to The Write Question, a program that explores the world of writing and publishing in the western United States. Our guest today is poet Sheryl Noethe.
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Noethe has been awarded The McKnight Prize for Literature, a National Endowment for the Arts in Literature, a Montana State Arts Council Fellowship, The Hugo Prize from the University of Montana, and was chosen for the Pudding House Press Greatest Hits Collection.
Noethe's collection, The Ghost Openings, won the William Stafford Award for Poetry as well as the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association Prize for Poetry. As Is is the title of her newest collection.
Sheryl Noethe lives in Missoula where she directs the Missoula Writing Collaborative.
Noethe's bio and reviews of As Is at LostHorsePress.com.
A synopsis of As Is at Powells.com.
FYI: Information About New Books By Regional Authors
Recently published books by regional writers include, The Dark Horse, by Craig Johnson.
And from Arctos Press, a new collection from Lowell Jaeger entitled, Suddenly, Out of a Long Sleep.
For more information about new books, contact your favorite bookseller or library.
And here’s a quote from Joy Stefano about As Is:
“Sheryl Noethe, poet extraordinaire, has achieved with her recent collection "AS IS" a triumph of the Unconscious made Conscious in a language unlike all contemporary poets with similar aspirations.”
The Write Question is produced by Chérie Newman.
Executive producer, Michael Marsolek.
Special thanks to Barbara Theroux, Prageeta Sharma, Renée McGrath, and Kim Anderson.
This program is supported in part by The Greater Montana Foundation — encouraging communication on issues, trends, and values of importance to Montanans. And by Humanities Montana, enriching intellectual, cultural, and civic life for all Montanans.
This program included music by Michael Blessing and Springhill.
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