ironweed


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

ironweed

Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
In Nicholson, Eliot, a New York Times writer, claims: "Once filming began on Ironweed, everyone on set and those who heard about it, were talking not about the film's script, or direction, or scenic design, but about Jack and Meryl.
For butterflies, he suggests bee balm, black-eyed susan, turtle-head, blazing star, solidago golden rod, ironweed, joe pyeweed, spice bush, rhododendron and sweet pepper bush.
Winner of the Ironweed Press Poetry Prize and one of two collections released by Whitley in 2009 This Is the Red Door is elegiac and meditative.
Whereas love and religious faith work together to bring about salvation in "The Magic Barrel," in Ironweed and Ceremony, institutionalized religion often leads to beliefs that do more harm than good to the people who follow them.
My favorite is the bright purple-magenta color (Monarda media), which could go well with the sleek and dramatic Green Dragon (Arisaema dracontium), the sun-golden Purple-head Sneezeweed (Helenium flexuosum), or the cheery aster-flower New York Ironweed (Vernonia noveboracensis).
Join Ironweed in engaging in a seven day ELECTRICITY FAST for PEACE--play, dance, sing, and celebrate resistance to the war and protest the oil and gas corporations making bank off us during this winter of our discontent.
Other bands include Ironweed, Bone-box, Earl (whose track is DirtyPrettySuperCity) and Chimes.
For instance, there's Ironweed by William Kennedy, Dakota by Kathleen Norris, or the novel Resuscitation of a Hanged Man by Denis Johnson.
Ironweed will follow Francis through two days--Halloween and All Saints--and into the early morning hours of All Souls, during which time he will engage in what Kennedy calls an elaborate "tap dance" back to his family's house on Pearl street and back into his own history (Quinn 84).
IS THE RED DOOR recently won the Ironweed Press Poetry Prize and will be
After directing a series of films in Brazil that gained international recognition, especially Pixote in 1981, he moved to the United States and directed movies such as The Kiss of the Spider Woman (1985) and Ironweed (1987) with some of Hollywood's most celebrated actors (e.