All about Oddments, inklings, omens, moments; poems by Alastair Reid. Oddments, inklings, omens, moments; poems.
Alastair Johnston has written: 'A bibliography of the White Rabbit Press' - subject(s): Bibliography, History, Imprints, Poetry, Publishers and publishing, Publishing, White Rabbit Press. Zephyrus Image' - subject(s): Publishers and publishing, Bibliography, Small presses, Imprints, Zephyrus Image (Firm).
Alastair Reid (1926-2014) was one of Scotland's foremost literary figures, admired as a craftsman in poetry, prose and translation. Since he left Scotland during World War II, he lived variously in Spain, France, Switzerland, the United States and South America. Although based in New York, where he worked for many years on The New Yorker, he also spent considerable periods living in the Dominican Republic, returning regularly to the Galloway countryside in Scotland.
Oddments, inklings, omens, moments. Reversible Monuments.
Surreal poems by Stevie Smith and Alastair Reid sit effortlessly beside heartfelt tales of loss. A typically untypical range of poems, read by Kerry Elkins and John Mackay. Alastair Reid's work makes regular appearances on the programme but it's usually in the form of his translations of Pablo Neruda's work, so Roger takes the chance to introduce some of his own poetry; the beguiling 'What's What' and a simply beautiful one called 'Oddments, Inklings, Omens, Movements. Oddments, Inklings, Omens, Moments. Published by Canongate.
Alastair Reid, as well as being one of the great essayists of his day was also a translator and a writer of delightful nonsense for children, especially Ounce Dice Trice. His work Englishing Borges, Neruda, Pacheco and Mutis is every bit as important as the poems he excavated from himself. When Polygon published two wonderful volumes, Inside Out, and Outside In, equal measure was given to Reid’s significant translations. There is a section of juvenalia from the late 1940s.
Alastair Reid was a poet, a prose writer, a translator, and a traveller. In the 1950s, he became a travelling correspondent for the New Yorker magazine. Oddments, inklings, omens, moments: poems. I Will Tell You of a Town.
Alastair Reid (born 22 March 1926) is a Scottish poet and academic. He has been called "one of Scotland's foremost literary figures, admired as a craftsman in poetry, prose and translation. Reid was born in Wigtown, Galloway, Scotland. Dent, 1959; Boston: Little, Brown, 1959. Boston: Little, Brown, 1963; London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1964. Weathering: Poems and translations. Edinburgh: Canongate, 1978; New York: Dutton, 1978. Inside Out: Selected poetry and translations (introduction by Douglas Dunn).
Alastair Reid will give a reading in the Loeb Student Center of New York University Oct. 14 at 8 . under the sponsorship of the Poetry Society of America and the Poetics Institute of . Mr. Reid is the author of ''Oddments Inklings Omens Moments,'' ''Flowers in the Surf'' and ''Weathering: Poems and Translations. The center is at 566 La Guardia Place; the reading will be in Room 310. Admission is free.
|Ghosts' Stories; Calenture; Oddments, Inklings, Omens, Moments; Cat-Faith; Who Am I?; A Note From The Coast|
|What's What; The Syntax Of Seasons; For Her Sake; The O-Filler; Speaking A Foreign Language|
|Was, Is, Will Be; Spain, Morning; A Game Of Glass; Growing, Flying, Happening; In Memory Of My Uncle Timothy; For Ring-Givers; Pigeons|
|Ghosts; Disguises; A Lesson For Beautiful Women; Small Sad SOng|
|The Tale The Hermit Told; Old Painter To Young Model; Casa d'Amunt; Outlook, Uncertain; A Homecoming|
|What Bones Say; Curiosity; The Figures On The Frieze; Me To You; The Spiral; Frog Dream|
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