The Resource Welcome to your life : writings for the heart of young America, edited by David Haynes and Julie Landsman

Welcome to your life : writings for the heart of young America, edited by David Haynes and Julie Landsman

Label
Welcome to your life : writings for the heart of young America
Title
Welcome to your life
Title remainder
writings for the heart of young America
Statement of responsibility
edited by David Haynes and Julie Landsman
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
A collection of stories, poems, and memoir selections of new work from the last ten to twenty years including multiracial and multiethnic writings
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
810.8/09283
Index
no index present
LC call number
PZ5
LC item number
.W44 1998
Literary form
fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1955-
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  • Haynes, David
  • Landsman, Julie
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  • Children's literature, American
  • Literature
Target audience
adolescent
Label
Welcome to your life : writings for the heart of young America, edited by David Haynes and Julie Landsman
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Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Origami /
  • a short story by Susan K. Ito
  • Senora X no more /
  • a poem by Pat Mora
  • A leak in the heart (excerpt) /
  • memoir by Faye Moskowitz
  • Gryphon /
  • a short story by Charles Baxter
  • The days of the thunderbirds /
  • a short story by Andrea Lee
  • Rib sandwich /
  • Getting ready /
  • a poem by Debra Marquart
  • White lies /
  • a poem by Natasha Trethewey
  • My early years at school /
  • a memoir by Andre Dubus
  • Remembering Bull DeLisio /
  • a poem by Thom Tammaro
  • Notes for a poem on being Asian American /
  • a poem by Dwight Okita
  • a poem by William J. Harris
  • The kind of light that shines on Texas /
  • a short story by Reginald McKnight
  • When I began to understand quantum mechanics /
  • a short story by Jane Hamilton
  • Quitting smoking /
  • a poem by Lorna Crozier
  • Diary of a smoker /
  • memoir by David Sedaris
  • Burl's /
  • memoir by Bernard Cooper
  • Tunnels
  • If not all these /
  • a poem by Diane Glancy
  • Hand Jive
  • a short story by Andrew Cozine
  • Poem for my father /
  • a poem by Mary Macrina Young
  • Sam /
  • a poem by Lucille Clifton
  • Braly Street /
  • a poem by Gary Soto
  • a poem by Katharine Harer
  • I am singing now /
  • a poem by Luci Tapahonso
  • There was nothing else I could do /
  • an interview by Maria Hinojosa
  • The gift /
  • a poem by Li-Young Lee
  • Star food /
  • a short story by Ethan Canin
  • Fitting ends /
  • a short story by Dan Chaon
  • Democracy
  • I ask my mother to sing /
  • a poem by Li-Young Lee
  • Innocent traveler /
  • a poem by Thom Tammaro
  • The old man who loves bicycles /
  • a poem by Penny Harter
  • Preparations for Seder /
  • a poem by Michael S. Glaser
  • memoryware /
  • a short story by melanie Braverman
  • a poem by W. R. Rodriguez
  • Tracks /
  • a short story by Susan Straight
  • Personal testimony /
  • a short story by Lynna Williams
  • Soloing /
  • a poem by Philip Levine
  • Life according to Motown (excerpt) /
  • a poem by Patricia Smith
  • Oye mundo/Sometimes /
  • a poem by Patricia Smith
  • Blink your eyes /
  • Improvisation for piano /
  • a poem by Afaa Michael Weaver
  • Powwow Polaroid /
  • a poem by Sherman Alexie
  • Me and my troupe /
  • a poem by Ebony J. Montgomery
  • Transformation /
  • emeoir by Julie Landsman
  • a poem by Sekou Sundiata
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 324 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036915327
Label
Welcome to your life : writings for the heart of young America, edited by David Haynes and Julie Landsman
Link
Publication
Contents
  • Origami /
  • a short story by Susan K. Ito
  • Senora X no more /
  • a poem by Pat Mora
  • A leak in the heart (excerpt) /
  • memoir by Faye Moskowitz
  • Gryphon /
  • a short story by Charles Baxter
  • The days of the thunderbirds /
  • a short story by Andrea Lee
  • Rib sandwich /
  • Getting ready /
  • a poem by Debra Marquart
  • White lies /
  • a poem by Natasha Trethewey
  • My early years at school /
  • a memoir by Andre Dubus
  • Remembering Bull DeLisio /
  • a poem by Thom Tammaro
  • Notes for a poem on being Asian American /
  • a poem by Dwight Okita
  • a poem by William J. Harris
  • The kind of light that shines on Texas /
  • a short story by Reginald McKnight
  • When I began to understand quantum mechanics /
  • a short story by Jane Hamilton
  • Quitting smoking /
  • a poem by Lorna Crozier
  • Diary of a smoker /
  • memoir by David Sedaris
  • Burl's /
  • memoir by Bernard Cooper
  • Tunnels
  • If not all these /
  • a poem by Diane Glancy
  • Hand Jive
  • a short story by Andrew Cozine
  • Poem for my father /
  • a poem by Mary Macrina Young
  • Sam /
  • a poem by Lucille Clifton
  • Braly Street /
  • a poem by Gary Soto
  • a poem by Katharine Harer
  • I am singing now /
  • a poem by Luci Tapahonso
  • There was nothing else I could do /
  • an interview by Maria Hinojosa
  • The gift /
  • a poem by Li-Young Lee
  • Star food /
  • a short story by Ethan Canin
  • Fitting ends /
  • a short story by Dan Chaon
  • Democracy
  • I ask my mother to sing /
  • a poem by Li-Young Lee
  • Innocent traveler /
  • a poem by Thom Tammaro
  • The old man who loves bicycles /
  • a poem by Penny Harter
  • Preparations for Seder /
  • a poem by Michael S. Glaser
  • memoryware /
  • a short story by melanie Braverman
  • a poem by W. R. Rodriguez
  • Tracks /
  • a short story by Susan Straight
  • Personal testimony /
  • a short story by Lynna Williams
  • Soloing /
  • a poem by Philip Levine
  • Life according to Motown (excerpt) /
  • a poem by Patricia Smith
  • Oye mundo/Sometimes /
  • a poem by Patricia Smith
  • Blink your eyes /
  • Improvisation for piano /
  • a poem by Afaa Michael Weaver
  • Powwow Polaroid /
  • a poem by Sherman Alexie
  • Me and my troupe /
  • a poem by Ebony J. Montgomery
  • Transformation /
  • emeoir by Julie Landsman
  • a poem by Sekou Sundiata
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 324 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036915327

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