3 edition of Stickball on 88th Street found in the catalog.
Stickball on 88th Street
|Other titles||Colorado quarterly.|
|Statement||Willis Barnstone ; illustrated by Karmen Effenberger.|
|LC Classifications||PS3552.A722 S8 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||81 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||78623837|
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Comic, tragic, colorful, and adventurous, Stickball on 88th Street is a sequence of thirty-four narrative poems that follows its speaker from boyhood to college. It’s a memory book, bound with vignettes of school, family life, and the streets of New York City, as well as Maine and Mexico, culminating with a swan dive in Colorado.
Comic, tragic, colorful, and adventurous, Stickball on 88th Street is a sequence of thirty-four narrative poems that follows its speaker from boyhood to college.
It's a memory book, bound with vignettes of school, family life, and the streets of New York City, as well as Maine and Mexico, culminating with a swan dive in : Genre/Form: Poetry: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Barnstone, Willis, Stickball on 88th Street.
Boulder: Colorado Quarterly, © Genre/Form: Electronic books Poetry: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Barnstone, Willis, Stickball on 88th Street. Pasadena, CA: Red Hen Press, © Stickball is a street game related to baseball, usually formed as a pick-up game played in large cities in the Northeastern United States, especially New York City and equipment consists of a broom handle and a rubber ball, typically a spaldeen, pensy pinky, high bouncer or tennis rules come from baseball and are modified to fit the situation.
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See more ideas about Street game, Vintage new york, Spanish harlem pins. Willis Barnstone (born Novem ) is an American poet, memoirist, translator, Hispanist, and comparatist. He has translated the Ancient Greek poets and the complete fragments of the pre-Socratic philosopher Heraclitus (Ἡράκλειτος).
He is also a New Testament and Gnostic : 13 November (age 91)., Lewiston, Maine. Like egg creams and nickel subway rides, stickball is one of those long-gone cultural touchstones that New York City old-timers often wax nostalgic about.
But you know, the game sure looks like a lot of fun. No coaches. No expensive gear. No adults. Stickball definition is - baseball adapted for play in streets or small areas and using a broomstick and a lightweight ball.
The Stickball field Stickball originated in the street, and is still played there to this day. Typically, a stretch of street between city blocks is required, as a batted (or “sticked”) ball can easily travel this distance.
Additionally, stickball is often played on empty paved schoolyards. How to playFile Size: 66KB. Stickball on 88th Street, Illustrated by Karmen Effenberger, Boulder, CO: Bonus Book of Colorado Quarterly, Overheard, With 27 Drawings by Helle Tzalopoulou Barnstone.
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The Stickball Hall Of Fame strives to preserve Stickball history by honoring those members whose contributions have made this game possible and promoting unity within our Stickball stories told by our beloved Oldtimers to memorabilia passed down from generation to generation, Stickball remains a favorite pastime to many within our community.
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What comes up most with these automagical content creators–aside from actual street game content–is stickball’s relation to youth and urban nostalgia. Specifically, when an older notable New Yorker publishes a book, or gives a speech referring to his/her youth, or (most commonly) dies, stickball is mentioned, usually in a mythic relation.
For instance, there is a three-day stickball tournament going on not far from Yankee Stadium this weekend, with 15 teams, including nine from the Bronx-based New York Emperors Stickball League Author: Kevin Paul Dupont. They Don't Play Stickball in Milwaukee book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
On the trail of a missing nephew, Dylan Klein /5. A splash of sea foam. A sly sparrow. A man dodging the rain. From such mundane, unexpected moments, Spanish poet Claudio Rodríguez crafted his Alliance and Condemnation, a collection of poems that temper the joy of existence—the “bounty that turns my flawed breath into prayer”—with a questioning of empirical reality.
In these pages are poems of love and hate, contrition and. S tickball is a game played on a street or some other restricted area. It is played with a high bouncing rubber ball and a stick such as a mop handle or a broomstick. Sometimes players wrap adhesive tape around the stick for better grip.
The modern version of stickball is particularly played in New York City and follows baseball scoring and rules.
New York Emperors Stickball League. likes 3 talking about this. The New York Emperors Stickball League is a stickball league in The Bronx, New York City. Established inthe league has Followers: Red Hen Press is committed to maintaining the utmost integrity of our awards.
Judges shall recuse themselves from considering any manuscript where they recognize the work. In the event of recusal, a manuscript score previously assigned by the managing editor of the press will be substituted.Author of seventy books, recent volumes are Poetics of Translation (Yale, ), The Gnostic Bible (Shambhala, ), Life Watch (BOA, ), BORDER OF A DREAM: SELECTED POEMS OF ANTONIO MACHADO (), Restored New Testament (Norton, ), Stickball on 88th Street (Red Hen Press, ), Dawn Cafe in Paris (Sheep Meadow, ), The Poems of.