Deborah Tall



FROM WHERE WE STAND: Creative Nonfiction

THE ISLAND OF THE WHITE COW: Creative Nonfiction

THE POET'S NOTEBOOK
Co-edited with Stephen Kuusisto and David Weiss

DEBORAH TALL

Deborah Tall is the author of four books of poems, most recently SUMMONS, which was chosen for the Kathryn A. Morton Poetry Prize by Charles Simic and published by Sarabande Books. She is also author of two books of nonfiction, THE ISLAND OF THE WHITE COW: MEMORIES OF AN IRISH ISLAND (Atheneum) and FROM WERE WE STAND: RECOVERING A SENSE OF PLACE (Knopf; paperback, Johns Hopkins University Press), and co-edited the anthology THE POET'S NOTEBOOK (Norton) with Stephen Kuusisto and David Weiss. Tall has edited the literary journal SENECA REVIEW since 1982.

Cover Art by Barbara Kassel


Selected Works

Books of Creative Nonfiction
FROM WHERE WE STAND: RECOVERING A SENSE OF PLACE
An exploration of the meaning of place set in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York
THE ISLAND OF THE WHITE COW
A memoir of the five years the author lived on a remote island off the west coast of Ireland
Books of Poetry
SUMMONS
Chosen by Charles Simic as Winner of the 1999 Kathryn A. Morton Prize in Poetry
Co-Edited with Stephen Kuusisto and David Weiss
THE POET'S NOTEBOOK
Excerpts from the Notebooks of Contemporary American Poets
Edited
SENECA REVIEW
Award-winning Literary Journal
Selected Essays
Essay: American Waterfalls (from Orion)
An Introduction to Photographs by John Pfahl
Selected Poems



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