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The Blueness of Light: Selected Poems: 1988-2002
Man and woman emerge from the night and wager everything they have in order to...
Seventeen Trees
Marianne Micros, in Seventeen Trees, re-creates her deeply personal journeys to the land of her...
A Prayer
A Prayer connects the reader to nature, in a lyrical, life-affirmative manner. The poems are...
If This Were Death
In If This Were Death, Paul Chanel Malenfant mourns the loss of a beloved woman...
Snow and Other Guises
John Falk's third collection of poems acknowledges his birth place in Canada in the rhythm...
Verge begins with a small fox waiting at the river's edge, symbolizing a woman at...
The Last Woman, a selection from twenty years of poetry, is a voyage into being and living, into the country where a woman reveals herself without fear. This lyricism of survival emerges directly from an intimacy of words spoken by one in search of roots, loving and spiritual. This selection includes poems from La dernière femme (1991), L'amoureuse intérieure (1997), Tomber du jour (1999), Le corps en tête (2001), and Jardin des Vertiges (2002).
The Last Woman: Selected Poems 1991-2001

Claudine Bertrand, Antonio D'Alfonso
The Last Woman: Selected Poems 1991-2001
Lead Blues
A Mingus Lullaby
This Cockeyed World
A Place in the World
Blue Ashes: Selected Poems (1982-1998)
Approaches to Absence
Melusine: A Ballad and a Diary
The Daring of Paradise
Dreaming of Lost America
A God Hangs Upside Down
Via Diaz