Haines, John (Meade)

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HAINES, John (Meade)

HAINES, John (Meade). American, b. 1924. Genres: Poetry, Literary criticism and history, Autobiography/Memoirs, Essays, Translations. Career: Homesteader in Alaska, 1947-69; Guggenheim Fellowship, 1965-66, 1984-85; Poet-in-Residence: University of Alaska, Anchorage, 1972-73, Stadler Center for Poetry, Bucknell University, 2001; Visiting Professor: University of Washington, Seattle, 1974, Ohio University, Athens, 1989-90, George Washington University, 1991-92; Visiting Lecturer, University of Montana, Missoula, 1974-75; Distinguished Visiting Lecturer, University of California, Santa Cruz, 1986; Writer-in-Residence: Montalvo Center for the Arts, 1987-88, Djerassi Foundation, 1988; Elliston Fellow, Univ. of Cincinnati, 1993; Chair in Creative Arts, Austin Peay State University (TN), 1993; Resident Writer, Rockefeller Center for Intl Study, Belagio, Italy, 2000. Publications: Winter News: Poems, 1966; (trans.) M. Hernandez, El Amor Ascendia, 1967; Suite for the Pied Piper, 1967; The Legend of Paper Plates, 1970; The Mirror, 1971; The Stone Harp, 1971; Twenty Poems, 1971; Leaves and Ashes: Poems, 1974; In Five Years Time, 1976; The Sun on Your Shoulder, 1976; Cicada, 1977; In a Dusty Light, 1977; Living off the Country: Essays on Poetry and Place, 1981; Of Traps and Snares (essays), 1981; Other Days (essays), 1982; News from the Glacier: Selected Poems 1960-1980, 1982; Forest without Leaves, 1984; Stories We Listened To, 1986; The Stars, the Snow, the Fire, 1989; Meditation on a Skull Carved in Crystal, 1989; New Poems, 1980-88, 1990; Rain Country (poetry), 1990; The Owl in the Mask of the Dreamer, Collected Poems, 1993; Fables and Distances, New and Selected Essays, 1996; A Guide to the Four-Chambered Heart, 1997; At the End of This Summer, Poems 1948-54, 1997; For the Century's End, Poems 1990-99, 2001. Address: 717 Longstaff, Missoula, MT 59801, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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