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by Michael Van Walleghen. ISBN13:9780252005701.
Books by Michael Van Walleghen. by Michael Van Walleghen. In the Black Window: NEW AND SELECTED POEMS (Illinois Poetry Series).
Michael Van Walleghen is an American poet. Van Walleghen began his academic career at Wichita State University. 56969/?tag prabook0b-20. 6044X/?tag prabook0b-20.
The title of Michael Van Walleghen's new collection evokes thematic preoccupations that have shadowed him throughout his long career. Appearing as a phrase in the poems themselves, In the Black Window more generally points to Van Walleghen's enduring interest in the intersection between inner and outer worlds of experience-those liminal moments in other worlds where we become aware of ourselves.
Michael Van Walleghen (born 1938) is an American poet. He has published six books of poetry; his second, More Trouble With the Obvious (1981), was the winner of the Lamont Poetry Prize of the Academy of American Poets. He has also received two National Endowment for the Arts fellowships, first prize in the Borestone Mountain Poetry Awards, a Pushcart Prize, and several grants from the Illinois Arts Council.
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The title of Michael Van Walleghen's new collection evokes thematic preoccupations that have shadowed . We live at once in a strictly personal, material dimension but also in a distinctly spiritual one. Before retirement he was a Professor of English at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and was the first director of the MFA in Creative Writing program created there in 2003