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Synopsis:

Juliana Aragn Fatula is one of those rare poets who can grip the smoke of myth and pack it with her two hands into clay. She takes the largest subjects-the death of a parent, drug and alcohol abuse, even massacre and colonization-and transforms these into hats, lizards, coffee, pennies, bullets. She offers us the tiniest artifacts of the most beautiful, unthinkable human experiences. Here is a poet of great skill and resilience. Here is a master of the lyric of sorrows. David Keplinger, author of The Prayers of Others

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Fatula is one of those rare poets who can grip the smoke of myth and pack it with her two hands into clay. She offers us the tiniest artifacts of the most beautiful, unthinkable human experiences. Here is a poet of great skill and resilience. Here is a master of the lyric of sorrows.--David Keplinger, author of "The Prayers of Others."

Product Details

ISBN:
9780981652542
Publisher:
Ghost Road Press
Subject:
General
Author:
Fatula, Juliana Aragon
Subject:
Poetry-A to Z
Publication Date:
20090531
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
80
Dimensions:
9.00x6.00x.19 in. .28 lbs.

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Product details 80 pages Ghost Road Press - English 9780981652542 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Juliana Aragn Fatula is one of those rare poets who can grip the smoke of myth and pack it with her two hands into clay. She takes the largest subjects-the death of a parent, drug and alcohol abuse, even massacre and colonization-and transforms these into hats, lizards, coffee, pennies, bullets. She offers us the tiniest artifacts of the most beautiful, unthinkable human experiences. Here is a poet of great skill and resilience. Here is a master of the lyric of sorrows. David Keplinger, author of The Prayers of Others
"Synopsis" by , Fatula is one of those rare poets who can grip the smoke of myth and pack it with her two hands into clay. She offers us the tiniest artifacts of the most beautiful, unthinkable human experiences. Here is a poet of great skill and resilience. Here is a master of the lyric of sorrows.--David Keplinger, author of "The Prayers of Others."
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