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How to Sing to a Dago
The "Dago" in the title of this book of poems sings with irreverence and with...
Melusine: A Ballad and a Diary
Written towards the end of an ever evolving career in poetic form and political intent,...
Love Is Not Native to My Blood
Day's poems press toward the realm where the sensuous and the sacred fuse. Queer and...
Poésie: 1960-1991
Il y a chez Morisseau un puits d'espérance qu'on dirat intarissable. Sa conception de l'existence...
Elsewhere on Earth
This collection chronicles French poet Emmanuel Merle's three-week road trip through the American West in...
Snow Drifts, I Sing: Selected Poems
Juhan Liiv (1864-1913) has the same significance for Estonian culture that Federico García Lorca and...
These poems are the living record of Katz' experiences, passions and reflections. Her writings speak of the transitions and changes in her cultural self, her maturing feminism, her encounters with destiny, history and nature. She writes to see more deeply, for the enchantment of words, the haunting spell of images emerging from the foam of memory. These writings are necessary companions and courageous teachers on this mysterious journey we call life.
Tasting Fire

Isabella Colalillo Katz
1999
Tasting Fire
Dreaming Our Space
Italian Canadians At Table: A Narrative Feast in Five Courses
Fosfeni
I Sleep in the Arms of Your Eyes
Twohundredandfourpoems
In Your Crib
Thérèse for Joy and Orchestra
Arguments for Lawn Chairs
Passenger: Selected Poems
Report on the Second Half of the Twentieth Century: Books I-IV
Dead Shadows
Tidal Fury