Today's poem is "[Without Objectivity]"

from Fourteen Hills

Maxine Chernoff chairs the Creative Writing Department at SFSU and is editor of New American Writing. She is the author of six collections of fiction and ten books of poetry, most recently The Turning (Apogee Press, 2009). Her co-translation of The Selected Works of Friedrich Hoelderlin won the 2009 PEN America Translation Award. She taught in Prague in the summer of 2010.

Other poems by Maxine Chernoff in Verse Daily:
September 4, 2010:   "[without action]" "on the Grecian urn..."

Books by Maxine Chernoff:

Other poems on the web by Maxine Chernoff:
Five poems
"[without a listener]"
Two poems
Seven poems
Two poems
Five poems
Two poems
Seven poems
"Lost and Found"
"[to bully the gods, we ask their blessings]"

Maxine Chernoff's Blog.

Maxine Chernoff's Website.

Maxine Chernoff according to Wikipedia.

About Fourteen Hills:

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Fourteen Hills: The SFSU Review * Department of Creative Writing * San Francisco State University * 1600 Holloway Avenue * San Francisco, CA 94132-1722 Poetry Editors: Stephen Rosenshein
Other poems by Fourteen Hills in Verse Daily:
March 23, 2011:   "In the Early Morning in the Cypress Grove" by Michael Schiavo
September 15, 2010:   "(Save)" by Alison Doernberg
May 9, 2010:   "Drift" by Gregory Mahrer
May 8, 2010:   "Definition:" by MRB Chelko
August 28, 2009:   from Catabolism by Tsering Wangmo Dhompa
August 26, 2009:   "Dear P. XII" by Victoria Chang
August 25, 2009:   "Certainly Uncertain: a love of tone poem" by Bob Hicok
August 24, 2009:   "Was to Have Been Called Whip-poor-will" by Lisa Olstein

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