By Ann Scowcroft
Poems exploring the belief of domestic and the problems of a deeply ambiguous dating to that observe.
At as soon as clever and achingly at a loss, Ann Scowcroft's the reality of homes is a chic debut assortment. whereas very intimate -- even startlingly intimate now and then -- the voices of those poems are regularly taking a step backward, wrestling for a degree of distance and standpoint. interpreting them, we listen in on the uncovering of a private vernacular that will let the current to be higher lived; we now have the feel of overhearing a specific but eerily primary internal fight -- a fight for perception, for an equanimity with which either narrator and lucky reader may possibly re-enter existence anew.
By Susan Gillis
By Holly Bowden
By Colleen Thibaudeau
By Margaret Cavendish,Michael Robbins
"What a imaginative and prescient of loneliness and insurrection the concept of Margaret Cavendish brings to mind!" Virginia Woolf wrote in A Room of One's Own. Cavendish, the Duchess of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, was once a groundbreaking girl writer--a utopian visionary, a scientist, a science-fiction pioneer. She interacted with Thomas Hobbes and Rene Descartes. and she or he produced startlingly sleek poems in contrast to anything released within the 17th century for his or her mix of medical and proto-Blakean imaginative and prescient, their deep sympathy with the non-human global, and their feminist passion.
By L Valella
Con estos versos traeremos al presente los recuerdos guardados en nuestro corazón, nuestros mas gratos y sublimes sentimientos.
By Rebecca Lindenberg
“These poems are reason on calling out the migratory fantastic thing about this global, in a neighbor-voice: pleasant, from the backyard within reach, stating stuff we would now not have spotted. they regularly hire that almost all old of types, the record, to teach us what we shine a mild on, what we glance earlier, what we mirror, what we omit. In that means, they converse just like the meadowlark who says, See you! See you! those poems are for once we shall not worry the ecstatic, simply because we’ll understand that ecstasy too is quotidian, as day-by-day as a meadowlark’s purchasing list.”
—Jill Alexander Essbaum
Clouds, mountains, flowering bushes. tough issues. issues misplaced via being photographed. issues that experience misplaced their strength. issues present in a rural supermarket. those are a number of the lists, poems, prose poems, and lyric anecdotes compiled in The Logan Notebooks, a remix and a reimagining of The Pillow ebook of Sei Shonagon, a set of intimate and inventive observations approximately place—a genuine position, an inside landscape—and id, on the intersection of the human with the realm, and the language we've got (and don't but have) for perceiving it.