2004 in poetry

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2001 2002 2003 -2004- 2005 2006 2007
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   In literature: 2001 2002 2003 -2004- 2005 2006 2007     
Art . Archaeology . Architecture . Literature . Music . Philosophy . Science +...

Events[edit]

Seamus Heaney visiting Kraków, Poland in August of this year
  • April 1 — Foetry.com Web site is launched for the announced purpose of "Exposing fraudulent contests. Tracking the sycophants. Naming names." Members and visitors contribute information which links judges and prize winners in various poetry contests in attempts to document whether some contests have been rigged.
  • February 16 — Edwin Morgan becomes Scotland's first ever official national poet, The Scots Makar, appointed by the Scottish Parliament.[1][2]
  • Samizdat poetry magazine, founded in 1998, ceases publication.
  • David and Helen Constantine relaunch Modern Poetry in Translation, a British journal focusing on the art of translating poetry. The magazine was originally founded in 1966 by Ted Hughes and Daniel Weissbort.[3]

Works published[edit]

Listed by nation where the work was first published and again by the poet's native land, if different; substantially revised works listed separately:

Australia[edit]

Anthologies in Australia[edit]

  • Anthony Lawrence, editor, The Best Australian Poetry 2004, Publisher: UQP
  • Les Murray, editor, The Best Australian Poems 2004, Publisher: Black Inc.

Canada[edit]

India, in English[edit]

Ireland[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

Poets in Best New Zealand Poems[edit]

Poems from these 25 poets were selected by Robin Dudding for Best New Zealand Poems 2003, published online this year:

United Kingdom[edit]

Anthologies in the United Kingdom[edit]

United States[edit]

Criticism, scholarship and biography in the United States[edit]

  • Anne Waldman and Lisa Birman, editors, Civil Disobediences: Poetics and Politics in Action, essays (Coffee House Press)

Anthologies in the United States[edit]

  • Mary Ann Caws, editor, Yale Anthology of Twentieth-Century French Poetry, (Yale University Press), Apollinaire and more than 100 other poets, bi-lingual
Poets in The Best American Poetry 2004[edit]

The 75 poets included in The Best American Poetry 2004, edited by David Lehman, co-edited this year by Lyn Hejinian:

Elsewhere[edit]

Works published in other languages[edit]

French language[edit]

France[edit]

  • Seyhmus Dagtekin, La langue mordue, Publisher: Le Castor Astral; Turkish poet writing in and published in French
  • Linda Maria Baros, Le Livre de signes et d’ombres, Publisher: Éditions Cheyne
  • Jean Max Tixier:
    • Editor, La Poésie française contemporaine, anthology, publisher: Cogito
    • Editor, Joyaux au sud / Juvaere din sud, traduit du roumain, anthology, publisher: Cogito
    • Le temps des mots, publisher: Pluie d'étoiles éditions

Canada, in French[edit]

India[edit]

In each section, listed in alphabetical order by first name:

Malayalam[edit]

Other in India[edit]

Poland[edit]

  • Julia Hartwig, Bez pozegnania ("No Farewells"), 96 pages; Warsaw: Sic! ISBN 83-88807-60-9[25]
  • Ryszard Krynicki, Kamień, szron ("Stone, Rime"); Kraków: Wydawnictwo a5[26]
  • Ewa Lipska, Gdzie indziej, ("Somewhere else"); Kraków: Wydawnictwo literackie[27]
  • Tadeusz Różewicz, Wyjście ("Exit"), Wrocław: Wydawnictwo Dolnośląskie[28]
  • Tomasz Różycki:
    • Dwanaście stacji ("Twelve Stations"), a book-length poem, awarded the 2004 Kościelski Prize; Kraków: Znak[29]
    • Wiersze, containing all the poems from Różycki's first four poetry books, Warsaw: Lampa i Iskra Boża[29]

Other languages[edit]

Awards and honors[edit]

Australia[edit]

Canada[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

United States[edit]

Awards and honors in other nations[edit]

Deaths[edit]

Birth years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Edwin Morgan announced as the first Scots Makar, 2004.
  2. ^ ASLS: A National Poet for Scotland.
  3. ^ Web page titled "Modern Poetry in Translation" at the website of Poetry Library Southbank Centre, retrieved December 14, 2008
  4. ^ "Dennis Lee: Publications," Canadian Poetry Online, UToronto.ca, Web, Apr. 19, 2011.
  5. ^ Web page titled "Archive: Michael Ondaatje (1943– )" at the Poetry Foundation website, accessed May 7, 2008
  6. ^ a b Web page titled "Meena Alexander", Poetry International website, retrieved July 15, 2010
  7. ^ a b Web page titled "Nirupama Dutt" at the "Poetry International" website, retrieved July 6, 2010
  8. ^ Web page titled "Robin Ngangom", Poetry International website, retrieved July 27, 2010
  9. ^ Daruwalla, Keki N., "Poetry and the Northeast: Foraging for a destiny", book review, The Hindu, November 7, 2004, retrieved July 15, 2010
  10. ^ Web page titled "Jeet Thayil", Poetry International website, retrieved July 10, 2010
  11. ^ Web page titled "Mamang Dai" at the Poetry International website, retrieved July 6, 2010
  12. ^ Web page titled "Fleur Adcock: New Zealand Literature File" at the University of Auckland Library website, accessed April 26, 2008
  13. ^ O’Reilly, Elizabeth (either author of the "Critical Perspective" section or of the entire contents of the web page, titled "Carol Ann Duffy" at Contemporary Poets website, retrieved May 4, 2009. Archived 2009-05-08.
  14. ^ Web page titled "Denise Desautels" at L’Académie des lettres du Québec website (in French), retrieved October 20, 2010
  15. ^ Web page titled "K. Satchidanandan", Poetry International website, retrieved July 11, 2010
  16. ^ Web page titled "P. P. Ramachandran", Poetry International website, retrieved July 19, 2010
  17. ^ Web page titled "Raghavan Atholi", Poetry International website, retrieved July 25, 2010
  18. ^ Web page titled "Jiban Narah" at the "Poetry International" website, retrieved July 10, 2010
  19. ^ Web page titled "Malathi Maithri" at the "Poetry International" website, retrieved July 12, 2010
  20. ^ Web page titled "Giriraj Kiradoo" at the "Poetry International" website, retrieved July 10, 2010
  21. ^ Web page title "Nirendranath Chakravarti", at the Poetry International website, retrieved July 15, 2010
  22. ^ Web page titled "Sachin Ketkar", Poetry International website, retrieved July 27, 2010
  23. ^ Web page titled "Tarannum Riyaz" at the "Poetry International" website, retrieved July 29, 2010
  24. ^ Web page titled "Veerankutty", Poetry International website, retrieved August 3, 2010
  25. ^ Web page titled "Julia Hartwig, 'No Farewells'" at the Culture.pl website, retrieved March 1, 2010
  26. ^ Web pages titled "Krynicki Ryszard" (both English version and Polish version), at the Institute Ksiazki ("Book Institute") website, "Bibliography: Poetry" section, retrieved February 26, 2010
  27. ^ Web pages titled "Lipska Ewa" (in English and Polish), at the Instytut Książki ("Books Institute") website , "Bibliography" sections, retrieved March 1, 2010
  28. ^ Web pages titled "Tadeusz Rozewicz" (in English and Polish), at the Instytut Książki ("Books Institute") website , "Bibliography" sections, retrieved February 28, 2010
  29. ^ a b Web page titled "Tomasz Różycki", at Culture.pl website, retrieved March 1, 2010
  30. ^ Web page titled "Übersicht erschienener Jahrbücher" at Fischerverlage website, retrieved February 21, 2010
  31. ^ Web page titled "Bibliography of Klaus Høeck", website of the Danish Arts Agency / Literature Centre, retrieved January 1, 2010
  32. ^ Virginia Law and Library of Congress List of Poets Laureate of Virginia
  33. ^ Pandya, Haresh, "Ahmed Faraz, Outspoken Urdu Poet, Dies at 77", obituary, The New York Times, September 1, 2008, retrieved December 10, 2008

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