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David St. John • 28 Items / 5 Books, 23 Poems
Hush (1976)
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    Poetry Chronicle (10 Reviews)
    Reflections on Espionage, by John Hollander
    1. Reflections on Espionage by John Hollander
    2. Country of Resemblances by Beth Bentley
    3. Sea Grapes by Derek Walcott
    4. Hush by David St. John
    5. Selected Poems by Raymond Queneau
    6. Euclideans by Eugene Guillevic
    7. Letters for My Son by Michael Hogan
    8. The Price of Gold by Miriam Waddington
    9. Burn Down the Icons by Grace Schulman
    10. Sons of My Skin by Peter Redgrove
    The Hudson Review, Spring 1977, pp. 108-124
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    Synecdoche (25 Reviews)
    Brief Poetry Notes
    1. The Private Life by Lisel Mueller
    2. Often in Different Landscapes by Leon Stokesbury
    3. Turns by John Matthias
    4. New Collected Poems by Robert Graves
    5. Ladder of the World's Joy by Sarah Appleton
    6. Hocus-Pocus of the Universe by Laura Gilpin
    7. Selected Poems by Lucien Stryk
    8. The Compass Flower by W.S. Merwin
    9. Wit's End by Joseph Di Prisco
    10. The Names of the Lost by Philip Levine
    11. Ariana Olisvos, Her Last Works and Days by David Dwyer
    12. The Zodiac by James Dickey
    13. Cumberland Station by Dave Smith
    14. Dialogue with a Dead Man by Jim Miller
    15. Claiming Kin by Ellen Bryant Voigt
    16. Room to Breathe by David Clewell
    17. Griffon by Stephen Dobyns
    18. Hush by David St. John
    19. Shaken by Leaf-Fall by James Hearst
    20. Familiar Poems, Annotated by Isaac Asimov
    21. The Freeing of the Dust by Denise Levertov
    22. Keeping Time by Judith Moffett
    23. Maria by Maria Ingram
    24. The Prose Poem by Michael Benedikt
    25. Gathering the Tribes by Carolyn Forche
    The North American Review (New), Spring 1977, pp. 74-75