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Annie Finch (born 1956) is an American poet. She is author or
editor of sixteen books of poetry, translation, and criticism as
well as opera libretti and poetic collaborations with visual art,
music, theater, and dance. Her writings on poetry address topics
including meter and prosody, postmodern form, and the place of
poetry in contemporary life. She is also known for developing an
aesthetic of women's poetic traditions. In the title essay of The
Body of Poetry, Finch connects her poetry's frequent thematic focus
on nature, the body, and spiritual issues, and also its attention
to pattern and sound, with her earth-centered spirituality. Because
of her efforts, in her poetry and criticism, to redefine the terms
of discussion about poetic form, an article in The Dictionary of
Literary Biography names her "one of the central figures in
contemporary American poetics."
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