Individual Author Record
Name: Adam ClayPen Name: Genre: Poetry Audience: Adult; Born:
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Illinois ConnectionClay taught at the University of Illinois at Springfield.
Biographical and Professional InformationAdam Clay is the author of three collections of poems: Stranger, A Hotel Lobby at the Edge of the World, and The Wash. His poems have appeared in Tin House, Ploughshares, Denver Quarterly, Georgia Review, Crazyhorse, Bennington Review, and jubilat, and online at Poetry Daily and the Poem-a-Day project of the Academy of American Poets. He is editor of Mississippi Review, a coeditor of Typo Magazine, and a book review editor for Kenyon Review. He teaches in the Center for Writers at the University of Southern Mississippi.
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Selected Titles At Your Library
A Hotel Lobby at the Edge of the World: Poems
ISBN: 1571314415. OCLC Number: 794493994 Milkweed Editions,. . The distilled, haunting, and subtly complex poems in Adam Clay's A Hotel Lobby at the Edge of the World often arrive at that moment when solitude slips into separation, when a person suddenly realizes he can barely see the place he set out from however long ago. He now sees he must find his connection back to the present, socially entangled world in which he lives. For Clay, reverie can be a siren's song, luring him to that space in which prisoners will begin to interrogate themselves.. Clay pays attention to the poet's return to the world of his daily life, tracking the subtly shifting teno.
ISBN: 1571314636. OCLC Number: 945632710 Milkweed. .
ISBN: 193255999X. OCLC Number: 71800725 Parlor Press,. .
To Make Room for the Sea
ISBN: 1571314970. OCLC Number: 1112281368 Milkweed . . To Make Room for the Sea is a collection of reflective poems about personal and environmental loss, and hope for the future--