Stella Nesanovich

Stella Nesanovich, a retired professor of English at McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana, is the author of A Brightness That Made My Soul Tremble: Poems on the Life of Hildegard of Bingen and Vespers at Mount Angel: Poems, and editor of Points of Gold: Poems for Leo Luke Marcello.

Latest by Stella Nesanovich in Chronicles

  • The Price of Being Human
    April 2016

    The Price of Being Human

    In her tenth volume of poetry, Catharine Savage Brosman has given readers a wide array of skillfully written and insightful poems that capture the poet’s keen observations of nature, her journeys from New Mexico to Antarctica, and her sense of humor and wit.

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  • February 2011

    Philosophical Arcs

    Many of the poems feature familiar Louisiana landscape and avian life. All in some way address the underlying ties between nature and art, their metaphysical underpinnings: an order perceivable in natural form and in the work of artists.

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