Green Shaded Lamps

Green Shaded Lamps

3.50

Cornelia Veenendaal


“The poems. . .are exhilarating in their sureness: the rhythms varied, but invariably satisfying; the voice mature; the diction flawless without being predictable.”
—Gary Miranda

January 1977
ISBN:
9780914086161

Quantity:
Add To Cart

Available in print format.

Author Photo.jpg

Cornelia Veenendaal, one of the founders of the Alice James Poetry Cooperative, published her first and second collections of poetry with the Press: The Trans-Siberian Railway (1973), and Green Shaded Lamps (1977). A third volume, What Seas What Shore, was published in 1985 by the Rowan Tree Press.

Her poetry has appeared in Ploughshares, Hanging Loose, Sojourner, Prairie Schooner, The Connecticut Poetry Review, Soundings East, The Boston Phoenix, and other journals.

She is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts/Amherst, and has an M.A. in literature from Yale. She has taught at Mount Holyoke, the University of Colorado, and the University of Massachusetts/Boston. A native of Springfield, Massachusetts, she lived for many years in Dorchester, Massachusetts, and now resides in Franconia, New Hampshire.

 
This space is left empty to create a white space. To create a white separation block in these individual book pages, add a Quote Block
— NC

Additional Praise:

“…greenness is ambiguous here: the poems themselves are like green shaded lamps, their vitality obscuring, in a matter essentially and necessarily human, what might otherwise be pure light.”
Sojourner

This space is left empty to create a white space. To create a white separation block in these individual book pages, add a Quote Block
— NC

More by Cornelia Veenendaal:

This space is left empty to create a white space. To create a white separation block in these individual book pages, add a Quote Block
— NC

Featured: