Elegy for My Father, Who Is Not Dead Movies & Media Adaptations

Andrew Hudgins
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Poems from Hudgins's The Glass Hammer have been set to music by Vermont composer Jorge Martin. Renowned baritone Sanford Sylvan premiered the song cycle in a performance on March 4, 2000, at the University of Vermont to benefit Vermont CARES. One reviewer of the performance called Hudgins's recollections of childhood "human and passionate."

Numerous poems by Hudgins are presented online by the Alsop Review, which also reviews visual arts and fiction. "Praying Drunk" and "The Cestello Annunciation," both from The Never-Ending, can be read at http://www. alsopreview.com/hudgins/ (August 6, 2001).

Image: Journal of the Arts and Religion

published two Hudgins poems in its special issue (#24) on contemporary Southern art and literature. "Blur" and "In the Cool of the Evening," two of his most recent poems, can be read on Image 's online site, http://www.imagejournal .org/hudgins.html (August 6, 2001).  

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