Bill Knott Chapbook Collection
Nine chapbooks written by Bill Knott, signed by the author and inscribed to Lee Upton:
1. Never Lend Your Umbrella to a Submarine and Other Poems for Young Readers 2. Cemetery Poems 3. Homages 4. Love Poems (Selected) 5. Selected Syllabic Verse 6. Collected Short Poems 7. Selected Poems 1960-2012 8. Stick Poems 9. One Hundred Sonnets (includes cover with original artwork by Bill Knotts)
- 1960 - 2012
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Biographical / Historical
Bill Knott was born in Carson City, Michigan on February 17, 1940. He received an MFA from Norwich University and taught at several schools before becoming a Writing, Literature, and Publishing faculty member at Emerson College between 1975 and 1977 as well as 1984-2008. Knott wrote over twelve books of potry and won several grants and awards, such as the MacDowell Colony Fellowship, Yaddo Colony Fellowship, and NEA grants. He died ob March 12, 2014.
1 box (1 half hollinger box)
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