Gerald Stern (born February 22, 1925) is an American poet, essayist and
educator. The author of twenty collections of poetry and four books of essays,
Stern has ...
Gerald Stern has been called an “American original,” “a sometimes comic,
sometimes tragic visionary,” and, by his friend Stanley Kunitz, “the wilderness in ...
The World We Should Have Stayed In. Poetry by Gerald Stern: “but most of all the
baby girls holding / chicks in one arm and grapes in the other . . .” November ...
Browse through Gerald Stern's poems and quotes. 10 poems of Gerald Stern.
Phenomenal Woman, Still I Rise, The Road Not Taken, If You Forget Me, Dreams
Oct 13, 2015 ... By his third or fourth anecdote, 90-year-old poet and essayist Gerald Stern had
me eating out of his hand — metaphorically speaking, of course.
Watch video of Gerald Stern reading his poem "The Dancing" at the Geraldine R.
Dodge Poetry Festival.
Mary and Gerald Stern, Physical Therapists (PTs), Certified Mechanical
Diagnosis Therapists (MDTs) and Boca Raton Physical Therapy Center
specialize in a ...
Mar 30, 2009 ... Gerald Stern reads his poem "The Dancing." Part of the Poetry Everywhere
project airing on public television. Produced by David Grubin ...
Stern, Gerald Daniel Born: February 22, 1925, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Vocations: Poet, Teacher, Essayist Geographic Connection to Pennsylvania: ...
Book Cover American Sonnets: Poems. "Stern is a romantic with a sense of
humor...a sometimes comic, sometimes tragic visionary."—Edward HirschMore ...