Individual Author Record
Name: Michael AnaniaPen Name: None Genre: Poetry Short Stories; Novels Audience: Adult; Born: 1939 in Omaha, Nebraska
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Illinois ConnectionAnania lived in Chicago. He taught for three years at Northwestern University before taking a position at the University of Illinois Chicago campus.
Biographical and Professional InformationMichael Anania is an editor, an award winning novelist and poet and lecturer and essayist on Illinois' literary traditions, including "The Chicago Novel." He attended the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and later graduated from the Municipal University of Omaha (now the Omaha campus of the University of Nebraska).A retired Professor of English at the University of Illinois — Chicago and a former poetry editor of ''Swallow Press,'' he is director of Council of Literary Magazines and Presses and a member of the NEA literature panel. He is a contributing editor for ''Tri-Quarterly'' and his work has been included in the ''Norton Anthology of Modern Poetry''. Anania was Chair of the Read Illinois Advisory Committee and was later, President of the Illinois Center for the Book. He now resides in Austin, Texas.
- The Color of Dust, Swallow Press, 1970
- Riversongs, University of Illinois Press, 1978
- The Red Menace, Thunder`s Mouth Press, 1984
- The Sky at Ashland, on the Conditions of Place, Haybarn, 1985
- Constructions/Variations, Spoon River Poetry Press, 1985
- In Plain Sight, Obsessions, Morals & Domestic Laughter, 1991
- Selected Poems, Asphodel, Moyer, Bell, 1994
- In Natural Light, Asphodel, Moyer, Bell, 1999
- Heat Lines, Moyer Bell, 2005
Selected Titles At Your Library
ISBN: 0252007174. OCLC Number: University of Illinois Press,. Urbana :. ©1978.
The sky at Ashland /
ISBN: 0918825326. OCLC Number: Moyer Bell Ltd.,. Mt. Kisco, NY :. 1986.
In plain sight :
ISBN: 155921046X. OCLC Number: Asphodel Press ;. Mount Kisco, N.Y. :. ©1991. Essays cover the panoply of human nature and the nature of the literary life.
Selected poems /
ISBN: 155921113X. OCLC Number: Asphodel Press ;. Wakefield, R.I. :. ©1994.
In natural light /
ISBN: 1559212705. OCLC Number: Asphodel Press,. Wakefield, R.I. :. ©1999. "In Natural Light is a new collection of the poetry of Michael Anania. As in his earlier work, Anania's lyrical meditations reveal vivid imagery and compelling use of language. His depth of perception and remarkable ear create a timeless collage of people and place."--Jacket.
Heat lines /
ISBN: 1559213841. OCLC Number: Asphodel Press :. Kingston, R.I. :. ©2004