Synopses & Reviews
The Braziller Series of Australia Poets continues with the acclaimed poet, Bronwyn Lea, deemed "the brightest light to emerge in Australian poetry" in many years (Geoffrey Lehmann, Weekend Australian) Lea's work is a brilliant mapping of the overlapping regions of our sensual, psychic and emotional worlds, presented with a linguistic and intellectual bravura that makes this a captivating collection.
The Deep North is a sensuous, richly imagined and luminously lyrical celebration of the intricate depths at the heart of life.
About the Author
Bronwyn Lea has published three volumes of poems and edits Australian Poetry Journal. She lives in Brisbane, Australia.Paul Kane, a poet, teaches at Vassar College. He is the coeditor of the Library of America's Ralph Waldo Emerson: Complete Poems and Translations,