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  1. Biography - Fulton, Alice (1952-): An article from: Contemporary Authors Online by Gale Reference Team, 2007-01-01
  2. Palladium by Alice Fulton, 1986
  3. Robert Fulton (True Stories of Great Americans Series) by Robert) Sutcliffe, Alice C. Fulton, 1930-01-01
  4. Robert Fulton and the "Clermont";: The authoritative story of Robert Fulton's early experiments, persistent efforts, and historic achievements. Containing ... unpublished letters, drawings, and pictures, by Alice Crary Sutcliffe, 1909
  5. Orchids (The Time-Life encyclopedia of gardening) by Alice Fulton Skelsey, 1978
  6. When: Poems by Baron Wormser, 1997-09-01
  7. Palladium by Alice Fulton, 1986
  8. Powers of Congress by Alice Fulton, 1990-11
  9. PALLADIUM by Alice Fulton, 1986-01-01
  10. Every Room a Garden by Alice Fulton; Mooney, Cecile Skelsey, 1976-01-01
  11. Palladium: Poems. by Alice. FULTON, 1986
  13. The working mother's guide to her home, her family, and herself by Alice (Fulton) Skelsey, 1970
  14. It's Here Somewhere: Learn How to Deal, Once and for All, with Chronic Clutter, Lack of Space, and by Alice Fulton; And Paulice Hatch, 1991

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22. Reading By Alice Fulton March 19 - The Library Today (Library Of Congress)
Hosted by the Library of Congress, the poetry reading by alice fulton, the winner of the 2002 Rebekah Johnson Bobbitt National Prize for Poetry,
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Poetry Reading by 2002 Bobbitt Poetry Winner Alice Fulton March 19
Hosted by the Library of Congress, the poetry reading by Alice Fulton, the winner of the 2002 Rebekah Johnson Bobbitt National Prize for Poetry, is scheduled at 8 p.m. on March 19 in the Montpelier Room, sixth floor, James Madison Memorial Building, 101 Independence Avenue in Washington, D.C. This year's prize, the seventh to be given, was awarded to Fulton for her book, "Felt," published in 2001 by W.W. Norton. A public reception honoring Fulton will follow her reading. The biennial, privately funded 10,000 prize, given on behalf of the nation, recognizes the most distinguished book of poetry written by an American and published during the preceding two years. The prize is donated by the family of the late Mrs. Bobbitt of Austin, Tex., in her memory, and established at the Library of Congress. Bobbitt was the late President Lyndon B. Johnson's sister. While a graduate student in Washington, D.C., during the 1930s, Rebekah Johnson met college student O. P. Bobbitt when they both worked in the cataloging department of the Library of Congress. They married and returned to Texas.

23. BPJ - Beloit Poetry Journal - Author Index
ibid., 31; with Thomas Fitzsimmons, River, by Kikuo Takano, ibid., 32. fulton, alice My Diamond Stud, 31 (Summer 1981), 7. Sensual Math, rev.
Current Issue Archive Author Index About BPJ ... Contact "F" AUTHOR INDEX A B C D ... Z
Factor, Jenny
Song Beside a Sippy Cup
Summer 2001 Fadiman, Clifton
Ed.: with John S. Major and Katherine Washburn World Poetry: An Anthology of Verse from Antiquity to Our Time , rev. Marion K. Stocking Fall 1998 Fahey, Diane
Summer 1986 Fahy, Christopher
My Last Meeting with Kafka
Winter 1974-1975 Fairchild, B. H.
The Art of the Lathe
, rev. Marion K. Stocking Spring 1999 Falk, Armand E.
On the Eve of Forty-Four
Summer 1978 Falk, Marcia
Ed.: Love Lyrics from the Bible , trans. Marcia Falk , rev. Marion K. Stocking Fall 1992
Trans.: Love Lyrics from the Bible Marcia Falk , ed., rev. Marion K. Stocking ibid. Fandel, John
This Guy's God's Gift
Spring 1951 Here's to the Hero ibid. Two Voices North of Coggeshall Point Winter 1956-1957 Directive ibid. This Side of Asia Fall 1957 Fang Dai Trans.: with Dennis Ding and Edward Morin The Red Azalea: Poetry Since the Cultural Revolution Edward Morin , ed., rev. John Rosenwald and Yanbing Chen Winter 1994-1995 Fanger, Claire Eros in Etherland Summer 2003 Nothing Happening between Two People in Amsterdam ibid.

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25. Felt: Poems; Author: Fulton, Alice; Hardback; Book
alice fulton counters invisible assumptions with magnitude and grace.Poems about failure, humiliation, obsession, and loneliness fill this collection of

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ISBN: 0393048829 This item non-returnable. Order may not be canceled. In This groundbreaking collection, felt a fabric of tangled fibers becomes a metaphor for the intertwinings of humans, animals, and planet. Urgent and transformative, Felt considers failure, humiliation, obsession, and loneliness as well as subtle states that have yet to be named. Alice Fulton counters invisible assumptions with magnitude and grace.Poems about failure, humiliation, obsession, and loneliness fill this collection of verse. PRODUCT CODE: 0393048829 USA/Canada: US$ 76.50 Australia/NZ: A$ 107.50 Other Countries: US$ 83.80 convert to your currency Delivery costs included if your total order exceeds US$50. We do not charge your credit card until we ship your order. Government and corporate Purchase Orders accepted without prior account application. PLACE AN ORDER To prepare to buy this item click "add to cart" above. You can change or abandon your shopping cart at any time before checkout. CHECK ORDER STATUS Check on order progress and dispatch.

26. Science/AAAS | Author Index: 4 October 1996; 274 (5284)
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27. Crane Genealogy
Dabney alice 89; Percy 64 Dodge Clarence 80 Eyler Luanna 98 Fearn Ellen 75 Fleischauer Al 87 fulton Alberta 81; Carey 40; Edith 80; Eva 81 Goodwin 37
Compiled by Sanford "Sandy" Wilbur [January 2008] Relatively little has been published on the CRANE lines that in the United States begin with Jasper CRANE [ca 1605-1681], apparently the first of that family to arrive in America. Ellery B. Crane's (1900) "Genealogy of the Crane Family" is a good place to start to find details [1]. The "Genepool" website has a number of links to early Crane info [2].
On this webpage, I've picked up with the fifth generation from Jasper CRANE, following this line: Jasper-1, Azariah-2, Azariah-3, Moses-4, and Daniel Prince-5. I've put very little effort into the first four generations, mainly restating what was in Ellery Crane's 1900 work. Unless otherwise noted, the information for the first four generations is from Ellery B. Crane [1]. I'd be happy to hear of any updates and corrections. There seems to be very little available in print or on the Web on Daniel Prince Crane and his descendants, so I have presented what I've been able to find out. Please feel free to comment, question, correct, or provide additional information

28. History
Chen, Chris Cheng, Ann Clover, Joshua Cole, Norma Dennis, Carl DeVore, Trane Durantes, Dolores Edwards, Rebekah fulton, alice Fisher, Jessica fulton, alice
The Holloway Series in Poetry
Sponsored by the Berkeley English Department
There exist in the UC-Berkeley Department of English two ongoing creative poetry series named after Roberta C. Holloway, whose bequest to the Department in 1980 initiated both. One is the Roberta C. Holloway Poetry Readings, which presents ten to twelve poetry readings each academic year, each featuring a Berkeley graduate student poet and a prominent visiting poet. The other is the Roberta C. Holloway Lectureship in the Practice of Poetry , which brings a poet to campus for one semester to teach a single poetry workshop and otherwise participate in campus literary life while also doing his or her own work.
Thanks to the Holloway bequest, the University has had the pleasure of hosting an extremely diverse and talented series of poets. Below is only a partial list of the poets and graduate students who have participated in our series. Click on the poets names to read their Holloway biographies or to find out more information about their work:
Armantrout, Rae

29. Poetry
David Joel The Welcome; fulton, alice Dance Script With Electric Ballerina Poems; fulton, alice Palladium Poems; GARRIGUE, Jean Selected Poems

30. Gerry LaFemina TEXT Vol 8 No 1
fulton, alice. Fractal Amplifications Writing in three Dimensions . fulton, alice. Of Formal, Free and Fractal Verse Singing the Body Electric.
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Lab Work: Creative Writing, Critical Writing, Creative Obsessions and the Critical Essay
My scholar friends often discuss practicing artists as if they are idiot savants - the belief seems to be that a writer may enact critical ideals in a given work, but the writer is unable to discuss these critical ideals intellectually. Beyond this, many critics claim a writer's intent doesn't matter (which emphasizes the idiot in idiot savant) seeming to dismiss the author's mind at work, seeming to ignore the roles of craft and vision. When creative writers write criticism, they are often discounted by traditional scholar-critics; the reason for this isn't, I think now, a difference in quality of research, but a difference in scope and purpose for that research. In the poetry writing classroom, the writer-teacher spends significant time discussing issues of craft. In the best workshops, a long 'lecture' about line, form, meter, sound play, allusion, and other elements of a poet's toolbox are not uncommon; such discussions are, rather, necessary. Furthermore, the best workshops have a significant reading component in which students discuss craft, but to spend time focused on craft without a discussion of content - of vision - is a moot endeavor as one function of craft is to emphasize vision. The crafting of a poem is, after all, the crafting of an idea. The manufacture of new thoughts or the clarification of thoughts through writing is not a new notion. In

31. Joseph Anthony Swiader, 99, 11/30/2007 » Oswego County Today
Surviving are his wife of 60 years, Mildred Swiader; his children, Mildred Jean (Clayton) Brewer of fulton, alice (Kevin) Li of California and Benny
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FULTON, NY - Joseph Anthony Swiader, 99, of Azusa, California, died November 30, 2007, in Pomona, California. Born in Fulton to Mike and Mary (Litwak) Swiader, he lived in Poland during his childhood and returned to Fulton as a young adult in 1927. He then lived several years in Fulton and worked at the Fulton Woolen Mill. He and his first wife, Anna, had a daughter, Mildred Jean. Joe was in the Civilian Conservation Corps in Mannsville, New York, before serving in the U.S. Army as a mechanic during World War II. He later settled in California where he married his second wife, Mildred. Joe and Mildred bought some land and built their home from the ground up. They had two children, Alice Diane and Benny Myron.

One is a tribute to Janis Joplin, written in 1983 by alice fulton, entitled “You Can’t Rhumboogie in a Ball and Chain.” The second is a section from Walt
AGORA is the official undergraduate journal of the College of Liberal Arts (CLA) at Colorado State University. Finding Powerful Human Presence in Poetic Form - Jennifer L. Campbell lover face glass heel blood, and you by themselves give a rough sketch of the violent and disturbing nature of the Janis Joplin Fulton wants the reader to know.  The word blood especially carries violent and painful connotations, so its recurrence in the poem cannot help but make me wince a few times as I read.  Overall, the images Fulton has chosen reveal the self-destructive recklessness with which Joplin lived her life.  Fulton mentions Joplin’s childhood in Port Arthur, Texas, where she was harshly teased, and her self-hating addictions to unhealthy relationships, booze, and hard drugs: “a pale horse lured you, docile, to heel” (15).  By the end I sense a disturbing implication with the words “You knew they worshiped drained works, emptied glass” (35).  This seems to say that Joplin lived so wildly because she knew that was what the public wanted at that time, as if she felt that the only way she could find validation in the rock world was to publicly drain herself as an entire country watched and listened. Despite the predictable and regular repetition of the words in the sestina, Fulton manages to find new images and even new meanings for the words throughout the poem, which keeps the lines lively and unpredictable, somewhat like Joplin herself.  The word

33. Ploughshares, The Literary Journal
Authors Articles alice fulton. alice fulton. Ploughshares articles by or alice fulton A Little Heartto-Heart With the Horizon, Poetry, Fall 1991

34. What The Book? (Browse Books) [The New And Used Bookstore Seoul (Itaewon), South
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35. The MasterMOZ Directory Fulton, Alice
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36. More Info About The Poet: Alice Fulton - References Bibliography
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. Cascade Experiment includes selections from each of award winning books

most recent book of poems is Cascade Experiment, published by W.W. Norton in 2004. Felt (W.W. Norton 2001), was awarded the 2002 Rebekah

Alice Fulton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Alice Fulton (born January 25, 1952 in Troy, New York, USA) is a United States poet, author, and feminist. She received her undergraduate degree in creative

The Academy of American Poets presents a biography, photograph, and selected poems.

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37. Spotlight On: Alice Fulton MFA '82 | The Cornell Daily Sun
alice fulton MFA 82 is helping to bring prestige and popularity to the University s English department. The poet s most recent book, Felt, has been awarded
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    By Archives Prof. Alice Fulton MFA '82 is helping to bring prestige and popularity to the University's English department. The poet's most recent book, Felt, has been awarded the 2002 Rebekah Johnson Bobbitt National Prize for Poetry by the Library of Congress. This biennial prize awards the recipient $10,000 and is given on behalf of the nation to the most preeminent book of poetry published in the preceding two years.
    Because she "had no idea the book had been nominated," Fulton was surprised that she won the Bobbitt Prize. Yet, her first thoughts after finding out that she won were memories of her earlier days at Cornell.

    38. The Journals Of Elmira Blaikie - 1891-1944
    Tom fulton went home, I guess. alice called at Mrs Margeson s this evening. .. Thomas fulton and Morris Blaikie up at S.G. fulton s. alice was at the
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    - Monday. A rainy day. Not cold. The men sawed in the mill. Glenn still in - we think perhaps Dr Stewart may have got back from Halifax. January 2, 1934 - Tuesday. Cold with cold wind. Below zero. We did not put the clothes on the line today. Ethel was cutting out a waist for Shirley. Alice was at the Post Office and Ethel's. This is Bub's 75th birthday. He is pretty well for him. January 3, 1934 - Wednesday. Cold - below zero, but not windy. I was sick - dizzy head etc. Went to bed in the a.m. and stayed all day. The Overseers of the Poor met here. Dr Stewart was in to see Glenn, and thot he was rather better, but must not work yet. Put. and Lola Fulton were in in the evening. Morris went to Musquodoboit. January 4, 1934 - Thursday. 4 degrees or more below zero, but no wind to speak of. Nice sunshine. Roy and Edwin took lumber to Brookfield and went in to Truro. Clyde Reynolds is hauling tonight for us, per Frank Laffin. Mrs Margeson, Thelma and Ruth, Gussie Benvie, Edna and Alda all called this afternoon and evening. Morris and Tom worked most of the evening. Tom was hauling logs in the p.m. and met with a mishap. January 5, 1934

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    40. CanadaGenWeb Cemetery Project - Pembroke Cemetery
    fulton, alice May, click for photo, FATHER / G. Bradford / 1878 1956 / MOTHER / alice May fulton / 1878 - 1941 / J. Suther / 1916 - 1919 / HAMILTON

      Pembroke Cemetery Pembroke, Colchester County, Nova Scotia. Transcription and photos provided by Richard Graham.
      Name Photo Transcript Plot location ARCHIBALD, Clarissa J. David BAIRD / Died / April 19, 1889 / Aged 53 yrs. / His Wife / Clarissa J. ARCHIBALD / Died / Jan. 29, 1909 / Aged 68 yrs. / BAIRD ARCHIBALD, Margaret Margaret ARCHIBALD / Wife of / Edward LOGAN / Died April 5, 1902 / Aged 80 yrs. ARCHIBALD, Mary A. In Memory of / Mary A. ARCHIBALD / Beloved Wife of / William LOGAN / Died / Nov. 18, 1888 / Aged 68 years BAIRD, Clarissa J. David BAIRD / Died / April 19, 1889 / Aged 53 yrs. / His Wife / Clarissa J. ARCHIBALD / Died / Jan. 29, 1909 / Aged 68 yrs. / BAIRD BAIRD, David David BAIRD / Died / April 19, 1889 / Aged 53 yrs. / His Wife / Clarissa J. ARCHIBALD / Died / Jan. 29, 1909 / Aged 68 yrs. / BAIRD BAIRD, James D. James D. / BAIRD / Died / June 2, 1871 / Aged 75 yrs. / I am the resurrection, and the life BAIRD, John Baxter

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