- Poem. // Kenyon Review;Winter2012, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p156
The poem "Poem" by Gretel Ehrlich is presented. First Line: February 8, 2011; Last Line: the one staying.
- Gretel Ehrlich: (b. 1946). // At Home on This Earth: Two Centuries of U.S. Women's Nature Writ;2002, p303
Gretel Ehrlich has brought a poet's use of language and a Buddhist sensibility to a diverse body of work that explores landscapes both inner and outer. Best known for her essays on ranch life in Wyoming, where she lived for seventeen years, she started her writing career by publishing poetry and...
- About Men. Ehrlich, Gretel // Read;1/18/2008, Vol. 57 Issue 11, p12
An excerpt from the book "The Solace of Open Spaces," by Gretel Ehrlich is presented.
- From Ruin Island. Ehrlich, Gretel // Kenyon Review;Winter2012, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p155
The poem "From Ruin Island" by Gretel Ehrlich is presented. First Line: Narrow it to this: the room of hay, the bed of twigs, the floor of mud; Last Line: had grown back into many caribou.
- ABOUT THE AUTHOR. // Millennium Hotel;1996, following p185
The article offers a brief profile of poet, essayist and translator Mark Rudman.
- Cheating on my Husband. Newman, Amy // Seneca Review;Fall2007, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p43
This article presents the tryst between an essayist and a poet. Breaking from the structure of poetry, the author confesses her foray into writing lyrical essays as somewhat like cheating on her husband. Exposing herself to her husband's writings, she tries to inject lyric and emotion into...
- Untitled Image. // Rounding the Human Corners;Apr2008, following p96
The article offers information on Linda Hogan, who is a novelist, poet, essayist, teacher, playwright, and activist.
- Invisibility. Hadas, Rachel // New England Review (10531297);Winter2011, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p102
Presents a personal narrative which explores the author's experience of being a poet and essayist.
- SHAABAN, Robert. // Black Studies Primer;2008, p410
A brief profile of Robert Shaaban, a poet, an essayist, and a novelist who was born in 1909 in Tanga, Tanzania, is presented. Shaaban's career had a significant role in the evolution of Swahili language and literature. He was honoured with a knighthood and a Margaret Wrong Medal and Prize for...