Bill Knott (1940 - 1966)

Bill Knott, originally known as Saint Giraud, was born in Carson City, Michigan. Bill Knott is an associate professor at Emerson College in Boston. He first received recognition with The Naomi Poems published in 1968.

Poems By Bill Knott

Miscellaneous

(Desire)Threadbare(Desires) (No Comments »)
(End) of Summer (1966) (No Comments »)
(Poem) (Chicago) (The Were-Age) (No Comments »)
2 Futilists (No Comments »)
Advice From The Experts (No Comments »)
Ancient Measures (No Comments »)
Castration Envy #11 (No Comments »)
Christmas At The Orphanage (1 Comment »)
Compact Dusk (No Comments »)
Dearth Demise (No Comments »)
Death (2 Comments »)
Escape Plan (No Comments »)
Face In The Window (No Comments »)
Feeding The Sun (No Comments »)
Flashbacks (No Comments »)
Goodbye (No Comments »)
Hair Poem (No Comments »)
Heritage (No Comments »)
Ledgelife (No Comments »)
Lesson (No Comments »)
Minor Poem (1 Comment »)
Monopoly (No Comments »)
Nuremberg, U.S.A. (3 Comments »)
Obsolescent (No Comments »)
Personal Poem Processor (1 Comment »)
Poem (After your death…) (No Comments »)
Poem (As your light side trees shy…) (No Comments »)
Poem To Poetry (1 Comment »)
Sleep (No Comments »)
Stress Therapy (1 Comment »)
Tempestrousseau (No Comments »)
The Enemy (No Comments »)
The Hunger (No Comments »)
The Misunderstanding (No Comments »)
The Patriots (No Comments »)
To Ripley (Alien 1-4) (No Comments »)

The Unsubscriber

An Instructor’s Dream (No Comments »)
Cemetery (No Comments »)
Excerpts From The Diary Of Damocles (No Comments »)
Fragments From The Beach (No Comments »)
Gimmie Shelter (1 Comment »)
Lifeguard Clinging To A Steeple (No Comments »)
Picture (No Comments »)
Self(The Poet Passé)Portrait (No Comments »)
Space (No Comments »)
The Unsubscriber (No Comments »)
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