While it seems undeniable that English-Canadian anthologists
have prioritized experiential, descriptive, narrative, and structurally coherent texts over and above other kinds of writing, I would suggest that this is only one of the ways that the nation can materialize itself in literature.
Price reminds us that the anthologist
has always been the critic's double: "[E]xtracts underwrite the discipline of literary criticism as we know it" (2).
A poet, playwright, broadcaster, anthologist
and editor Sean O'Brien lives in Newcastle and is joint Writer in Residence at the city's Live Theatre.
A federal court in Manhattan has ordered Penguin to withdraw and pulp its 'Complete Poems of Dorothy Parker' after a successful lawsuit from an amateur anthologist
who claimed that the publisher had reproduced his editing work.
Yet he made it to Cambridge, and a long and distinguished career as a poet, novelist, academic, critic, translator, reviewer and anthologist
The last half-decade has seen Clarence Major receiving attention that his thirty-year career as a fictionist, poet, essayist, anthologist
, lexicographer, and painter deserves.
I cannot, of course, guarantee, that any article suggested will be selected, as the anthologist
has always to weigh up a host of conflicting requirements in making a final choice; but I am sure that, with the help of our readers, we shall be able to make a book that genuinely reflects the many qualities that have made the magazine what it is, a unique and distinctive survivor from a more gracious age of publishing and scholarship.
Very much so," was the answer given last February in Atlanta by Ellen Schiff, a noted scholar and anthologist
of Jewish plays, when she addressed a conference of the Association for Jewish Theatre, an organization of 60 or so theatres in the U.
What emerges is unsettling to the anthologist
, the critic, the historian.
A poet, essayist and writer of children's books, critics call her a major new anthologist
Published in 1999, issue 15 (1997) of the Journal of New Zealand Literature offers papers pertaining to poet, critic, editor, and anthologist
, Allen Curnow.
In the words of Sophie Silberberg, a luminary in children's publishing, Zena Sutherland is "one of America's most respected reviewers of books for children, an admired teacher of children's literature, a prominent anthologist
, and a leader of considerable influence within the many professions concerned with children and their reading" (Hearne & Kay, 1981, p.