Joyce Sutphen

Joyce Sutphen (1949 - Present)

Joyce Sutphen lives in Chaska, Minnesota and teaches at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota. She is the author of Naming the Stars (2003), Straight Out of View (Beacon Press, 1995), winner of the 1994 Barnard New Women Poets Prize, and Coming Back to the Body (Holy Cow! Press, 2000). Her poems have appeared in American Poetry Review, Poetry, The Gettysburg Review, Water~Stone, Hayden’s Ferry, Shenandoah, Luna, and others.

Poems By Joyce Sutphen


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Naming The Stars (1 Comment »)
Analysis, meaning and summary of Joyce Sutphen's poem Naming The Stars

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  1. Cindy Bousquet Harris says:

    Lovely and sad, with the slightest hint of healing. An intriguing image: love envisioned as a constellation in the night sky. Thank you for this poem.

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