Poems for Architects:
An Anthology

Jill Stoner

This unusual anthology of twentieth-century poetry is arranged into sections of poems that address such issues as domesticity, urbanism, formal concepts and form itself. Each section is introduced with a provocative essay by Stone, an associate Professor of Architecture at UC Berkeley, which argues for the relevance of poetry to architecture today. Twenty-nine authors such as Mark Strand, Wallace Stevens, Eavan Boland, Adrienne Rich, and Rita Dove help to illustrate her point.

6”x 8.875” paper binding, 175pp., 2001;