Tag Archives: Kate Daniels

Discovering Muriel Rukeyser as a Young Writer

On her 16th birthday, my best friend Jess received a copy of Out of Silence: Selected Poems of Muriel Rukeyser from her mother. Jess and I didn’t live in the same state, so we were avid letter writers; after that … Continue reading

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Throat Of These Hours: Muriel Rukeyser, Verifiable & Unverifiable

THEN When I am dead, even then, I will still love you, I will wait in these poems, When I am dead, even then I am still listening to you. I will be still making poems for you out of … Continue reading

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Thoughts on “Searching/Not Searching: Writing the Biography of Muriel Rukeyser”

I just read Kate Daniels’ piece “Searching/Not Searching: Writing the Biography of Muriel Rukeyser” (Poetry East 16-17, Spring/Summer 1985, pp. 70-93). It’s a great essay! One of the most honest essays I have read about Muriel Rukeyser. Daniels reflects upon … Continue reading

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