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by Norman Fischer

eBook I Was Blown Back download ISBN: 0935162321
Author: Norman Fischer
Publisher: Singing Horse Press; First Edition edition (January 1, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 150
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Poetry

Zoketsu Norman Fischer is an American poet, writer, and Soto Zen priest, teaching and practicing in the . Retrieved 2017-06-27.

Zoketsu Norman Fischer is an American poet, writer, and Soto Zen priest, teaching and practicing in the lineage of Shunryu Suzuki. He is a Dharma heir of Sojun Mel Weitsman, from whom he received Dharma transmission in 1988.

I Was Blown Back book. Norman Fischer is aware that even if "words are free of their intentions," it is difficult to free ourselves of our intentions for them and allow the poem to find its way. This is one of the many paradoxes regarding poetic speech (and poetic silence) that reverberate at the core of his work. The two distinctive sequences that form I WAS BLOWN BACK explore the elus Poetry.

Norman Fischer is aware that even if "words are free of their intentions," it is difficult to free ourselves of our intentions .

Norman Fischer is aware that even if "words are free of their intentions," it is difficult to free ourselves of our intentions for them and allow the poem to find its way. The two distinctive sequences that form I WAS BLOWN BACK explore the elusive, even ungraspable, nature of memory, perception and personhood with moving immediacy, and with a modesty of tone that cloaks a striking acuteness"-Michael Palmer.

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San Diego, CA: Singing Horse Press, 2005. Precisely the Point Being Made: A Book of Poems. Minneapolis : Chax Press, 1993. Tucson, AZ: Chax Press, 2004.

Zoketsu Norman Fischer (born 1946) is a Jewish-American poet, and a. .San Diego, CA: Singing Horse Press, 2005.

Zoketsu Norman Fischer (born 1946) is a Jewish-American poet, and a Zem Buddhist priest and teacher. Fischer is a Dharma heir of Sojun Mel Weitsman, from whom he received Dharma transmission in 1988. In his book "Opening to You: Zen-Inspired Translations of the Psalms", Fischer replaced the words "God", "King", and "Lord" with the word "You. He says of this, "For many of the religious seekers I encounter, the word God has been all but emptied of its spiritual power.

Zoketsu Norman Fischer (c. 1946) is an American Soto Zen roshi, poet and Buddhist author practicing in the . 1946) is an American Soto Zen roshi, poet and Buddhist author practicing in the lineage of Shunryu Suzuki. In his book Opening to You: Zen-Inspired Translations of the Psalms, Fischer replaced the words "God", "King", and "Lord" with the word "You. The relationship to God that is charted out in the Psalms is a stormy one, co-dependent, passionate, confusing, loyal, petulant, sometimes even manipulative.

A Zen Buddhist priest and teacher, Norman Fischer earned an MFA from the University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop and an MA.Latest books are Untitled Series:Life As It Is (2018) and On A Train At Night (2018).

A Zen Buddhist priest and teacher, Norman Fischer earned an MFA from the University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop and an MA from the Graduate Theological Union at the University of California, Berkeley. He spent five years at the Tassajara Zen Monastery in San Francisco, and twenty years in residence at Green Gukch Farm Zen Center.

The two long serial poems that anchor CES/SEASONS, "Charlotte's Way" and "Seasons," will feel quite familiar to Fischer's many readers. But he also inaugurates a new form of writing in this new book in which he inhabits the voices of others, such as Alberto Caeiro, Reb Yosl of Kemenetz, Elena Rivera, and Saigyo Hoshi.

Poetry. "Norman Fischer is aware that even if "words are free of their intentions," it is difficult to free ourselves of our intentions for them and allow the poem to find its way. This is one of the many paradoxes regarding poetic speech (and poetic silence) that reverberate at the core of his work. The two distinctive sequences that form I WAS BLOWN BACK explore the elusive, even ungraspable, nature of memory, perception and personhood with moving immediacy, and with a modesty of tone that cloaks a striking acuteness"--Michael Palmer.