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Berger, Rose Marie, Review of Song of the World Becoming: New and Collected Poems, 1981-2001, in Sojourners, Vol. 30, Issue 15, September 2001, p. 61.

Disch, Thomas, Review of Poetry Chronicle, in Hudson Review, Summer 1995, pp. 339-49.

Miller, Pamela, "Poetry: From Layered and Lyrical to Short and Surreal," in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, April 22, 2001, p. 14F.

O'Grady, Alice R., "Rogers Reads Poems about Nature, the Two Immensities, a Mouse and God," in the Chautauquan Daily, The Chautauquan Institute, 2002, http://www.ciweb. org/daily_rogers.html (last accessed January 2003).

Review of Firekeeper: New and Selected Poems, in Publishers Weekly, Vol. 241, No. 35, August 29, 1994, p. 68.

Rogers, Pattiann, Song of the World Becoming: New and Collected Poems, 1981-2001, Milkweed Editions, April 2001.

—, "Twentieth-Century Cosmology and the Soul's Habitation," in The Measured Word: On Poetry and Science, edited by Kurt Brown, University of Georgia Press, 2001, p. 11.

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