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Carolyn Kizer
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Further Reading

Barbato, Joseph, "Carolyn Kizer: Pulitzer Poet," in Small Press, Vol. 3, No. 2, November-December 1985, pp. 54-58.

Barbato profiles Kizer's career and rise to fame.

Howard, Richard, "Our Masks Keep Us Enthralled to Ourselves," in Alone with America, Atheneum, 1980, 320-30.

Howard offers an enlightening essay on the role of gender in Kizer's poetry.

Kizer, Carolyn, Proses: On Poems & Poets, Copper Canyon Press, 1993.

In the first section of this collection of essays, Kizer writes extensively about her childhood and how she became interested in poetry.

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