Bridges 2016 Poetry Anthology




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      Bridges 2016 Poetry Anthology
       Editor: Sarah Glaz
       Tessellations Publishing, 2016

      
      
       
Table of Contents
      
      

        From the Introduction:

       

       The Bridges 2016 poetry anthology is organized in two sections. The first section contains
        poems written by the poets invited to read at Bridges Finland; while the second section is
        devoted to poems written by past Bridges invited poets who could not participate in this
        year's conference. In addition, the anthology provides biographical information about the
        poets, including titles of recent publications and urls for poets' websites, where readers
        may find further poetic delights.





Links to: 

       ball  Lulu.com book site
           (purchasing the volume from this site allows buyers located in countries other than the US to pay mailing at local rates)
       ball  Tessellations Publishing Bridges site
           (access to all Bridges publications, including the Bridges Poetry Anthologies, and other Tessellations products) 
       ball  Mathematical Poetry at Bridges
           (information about the poetry readings at Bridges since their inception)
       ball  Bridges 2016 Poetry Day Page
           (information about Bridges Finland poetry reading)
       ball  About the Coordinator and the Invited Poets
           (information about the poets featured at the Bridges Finland poetry reading)
      

Mentions and Reviews:

       ball   JoAnne Growney's: Intersections-- Poetry with Mathematics
             A poem from the anthology: Deanna Nikaido
             Two poems from the anthology: Francisco Craveiro
             Two poems from the anthology: Tom Petsinis
       ball   Kaz Maslanka's: Mathematical Poetry -- The Blog Spot
             A poem from the anthology: Kaz Maslanka
             Another poem from the anthology: Kaz Maslanka
       green ball   Journal of Mathematics and the Arts, January 19, 2017
             Book review by Caleb Emmons