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Swallowing the Sea Nonfiction by Lee Upton Tupelo Press, July 2012 ISBN-13: 978-1936797141 Paperback: 220pp; $24.95 Review by Courtney McDermott “This is a book about ambition,” Lee Upton writes in the first section (aptly titled “Ambition”) of Swallowing the Sea. It would … Continue reading

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Interview for THE NEXT BIG THING

  Swallowing the Sea: On Writing & Ambition Boredom Purity & Secrecy (Tupelo Press, 2012.  Available on Amazon.) I was tagged by the marvelous writer and actor Helene Cardona to take part in The Next Big Thing, a chain of … Continue reading

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Hot off the Press: Lee Upton’s Essays and Reflections on Creativity and the Life of the Artist   The title of Lee Upton’s new book, Swallowing the Sea: On Writing & Ambition, Boredom, Purity & Secrecy (Tupelo Press), tells you everything you … Continue reading

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32 Poems: Journal

What We’re Reading: Lee Upton’s Civilian Histories May 26, 2012 It’s thrilling to have a new poem from Lee Upton in our latest issue, but of course it’s not the same as reading her work in book form, where the … Continue reading

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UNDID IN THE LAND OF UNDONE

Netting Language with Lee Upton September 10, 2010 by roanokereview (Photo credit: Cecilia C. E. Ziolkowski) Lee Upton is the author of eleven books, including the new novella The Guide to the Flying Island. She has written five books of poetry, … Continue reading

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