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2000 In Poetry

Nationality words link to articles with information on the nation's poetry or literature (for instance, Irish or France).

List of years in poetry (table)
In literature
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003

Contents

  • Events 1
  • Works published in English 2
    • Australia 2.1
    • Canada 2.2
      • Anthologies in Canada 2.2.1
    • India, in English 2.3
    • New Zealand 2.4
      • Anthologies in New Zealand 2.4.1
    • United Kingdom 2.5
    • United States 2.6
      • Criticism, scholarship and biography in the United States 2.6.1
      • Anthologies in the United States 2.6.2
        • Poets appearing in The Best American Poetry 2000 2.6.2.1
    • Other in English 2.7
  • Works published in other languages 3
    • China 3.1
    • Denmark 3.2
    • French language 3.3
      • Canada, in French 3.3.1
      • France 3.3.2
    • India 3.4
      • Bengali 3.4.1
      • Hindi 3.4.2
      • Other in India 3.4.3
    • Bangladesh 3.5
    • Poland 3.6
    • Serbia 3.7
    • Other 3.8
  • Awards and honors 4
    • Australia 4.1
    • Canada 4.2
    • New Zealand 4.3
    • United Kingdom 4.4
    • United States 4.5
  • Deaths 5
  • References 6
  • Notes 7
  • See also 8

Events

Works published in English

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

  • Les Murray:
    • Learning Human: Selected Poems, Farrar Straus Giroux, also published as Learning Human, New Selected Poems, Carcanet, 2001shortlisted for the 2001 International Griffin Poetry Prize[1]
    • An Absolutely Ordinary Rainbow
  • Chris Wallace-Crabbe, The Poems, Brunswick: Gungurru
  • Les Wicks, The Ways of Waves, Sidewalk

Canada

Anthologies in Canada

  • Ayanna Black, editor, Fiery Spirits & Voices: Canadian Writers of African Descent, Toronto: HarperPerennialCanada
  • Wanda Campbell, editor, Susan Atkinson and Tanya Butler, assistant editors, Hidden Rooms: Early Canadian Women Poets, London, Ontario: Canadian Poetry Press
  • Sophia Kaszuba, Sian Meikle, and Ian Lancashire, editors, Canadian Poets University of Toronto English Library, including these poets:

Dionne Brand, Ron Charach, Lesley Choyce, Peter Christensen, Afua Cooper, Don Coles, John Robert Colombo, Lynn Crosbie, Lorna Crozier, Michael Crummey, Jeffery Donaldson, Jennifer Footman, Sky Gilbert, Susan Glickman, Maureen Harris, Elisabeth Harvor, Jan Horner, Susan Ioannou, Ellen Jaffe, Adeena Karasick, Penn Kemp, A. M. Klein, Irving Layton, Noah Leznoff, Dennis Lee, Pat Lowther, Laura Lush, Gwendolyn MacEwen, Kim Maltman, Dave Margoshes, David W. McFadden, Susan McMaster, Bruce Meyer, Anne Michaels, Kim Morrissey, Erin Mouré, Susan Musgrave, John Newlove, P. K. Page, E. J. Pratt, Robert Priest, Janis Rapoport, Wayne Scott Ray, Michael Redhill, John Reibetanz, D. C. Reid, Harold Rhenisch, Stan Rogal, Linda Rogers, Joe Rosenblatt, Jay Ruzesky, Richard Sanger, F. R. Scott, Peter Dale Scott, Kathy Shaidle, Kenneth Sherman, Carolyn Smart, Sandy Shreve, John Steffler, nathalie stephens, Rosemary Sullivan, Robert Sward, Rhea Tregebov, Jane Urquhart, R. M. Vaughan, Fred Wah, Tom Wayman, Natalie Wilson, Eddy Yanofsky

India, in English

[9]

  • Sudeep Sen:
    • Almanac, Columbia: University of South Carolina[10]
    • Lines of Desire, Columbia: University of South Carolina[10]
    • A Blank Letter, Dhaka: The High Commission of India[10]
  • K. Satchidanandan, Imperfect and Other New Poems, Kozhikode, Kerala: Olive Publications[11]
  • Dilip Chitre, No Moon Monday on the River Karha, Pune: Vijaya Chitre[12]

New Zealand

Anthologies in New Zealand

United Kingdom

United States

Criticism, scholarship and biography in the United States

Anthologies in the United States

Poets appearing in The Best American Poetry 2000

These 75 poets had poems published in The Best American Poetry 2000, edited by David Lehman, with Rita Dove as guest editor:

Other in English

Works published in other languages

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

China

  • Yang Ke, editor, 2000 Yearbook of New Chinese Poetry (Zhongguo xinshi nianjian) (anthology)[25]
  • Yu Jian, China:
    • Shige • Biantiaoji (short poems)[26]
    • Yu Jian de shi (poems and translations)[26]

Denmark

French language

Canada, in French

France

India

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

Bengali

  • Joy Goswami:
    • Jogotbari, Kolkata: Ananda Publishers, ISBN 81-7756-107-3[33]
    • Kabita-Songroho, Vol. 3, Kolkata: Ananda Publishers, ISBN 81-7756-088-3[33]
  • Debarati Mitra:
    • Tunnur Computer, Kolkata: Ananda Publishers[34]
    • Srestha Kavita, Kolkata: Dey's Publishing[34]
  • Nirendranath Chakravarti; Bengali-language:
    • Shakulley Teenjon, Kolkata: Ananda Publishers[35]
    • Joler Jailkhana Theke, Kolkata: Ananda Publishers[35]

Hindi

  • Anamika, Kavita Mein Aurat, Delhi: Itihas Bodh[36]
  • Teji Grover, Ant Ki Kucch Aur Kavitayen, New Delhi: Vani Prakashan[37]
  • Udayan Vajpeyi, Vie Invisible, translated and published in France; Lignon: Cheyne Editeur;[38]

Other in India

  • Amarjit Chandan; Punjabi-language:
    • Gurhti (in Persian script), Navyug, New Delhi[39]
    • Anaran vala Vehra (in Persian script), Kitab Tirinjan, Lahore[39]
  • Chandrakant (Chandu) Shah, also known as Chandu Shah, Blue Jeans, Mumbai: Image Publications; Gujarati-language[40]
  • Jiban Narah, Ta-Ri-Ri, Guwahati, Assam: Bak; Indian, Assamese-language[41]
  • K. Satchidanandan, Sambhashanathinu Oru Sramam, ("An Attempt to Converse"); Malayalam-language[11]
  • K. Siva Reddy, Kavisamayam, Vijayawada: Sahiti Mitrulu; Telugu-language[42]
  • Kutti Revathi, Poonaiyai pola alaiyum velicham, ("Light Prowls Like a Cat"), Chennai: Thamizhini[43]
  • S. Joseph, Karutha Kallu, winner of the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award; Kottayam: DC Books, ISBN 81-264-0205-9[44]
  • Prathibha Nandakumar, Aha! Purushakaram! ("Aha! The Human Form!"), Srirangapattana, Mandya district, Karnataka: Nelamane Prakashana[45]
  • Salma, Oru Maalaiyum Innoru Maalaiyum, Nagercoil: Kalachuvadu Pathippagam[46]
  • Varavara Rao (better known as "VV"), Unnadedo Unnattu ("As It Is"); Telugu-language[47]

Bangladesh

Poland

Serbia

  • Dejan Stojanović:
    • Znak i njegova deca (The Sign and Its Children),[51] Prosveta, Beograd
    • Oblik (The Shape),[52] Gramatik, Podgorica, Montenegro
    • Tvoritelj (The Creator),[53] Narodna knjiga, Alfa, Beograd
    • Krugovanje (Circling),[54] Third Edition (poems added to the third edition), Narodna knjiga, Alfa, Beograd

Other

Awards and honors

Australia

Canada

New Zealand

United Kingdom

United States

Deaths

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

References

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