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Moon On Wild Grasses
Moon on Wild Grasses, with illustrations by the author, shows the unsuspected scope of a...
And Light Remains
In this new book, And Light Remains, Isabella Colalillo-Katz mobilizes a poignant poesis to probe...
Twentieth Centuries
Encompassing a range of emotions - tenderness, vengeance, desire, cruelty - this visionary poetry collection...
Exile at Last: Selected Poems
Most of the poems presented here are from Rosenfarb's last book of poetry, Aroys fun...
A Taste of Earth, A Taste of Flame
The poetic vision of A Taste of Earth, A Taste of Flame is timeless. It...
after words
The idea for this collection was to offer a tip of the hat to people...
The imaginary world of Lebanese Canadian exiled poet Nadine Ltaif is rooted in the context of middle-eastern geography and mythology. Any attempt at understanding her poetic experience must be anchored in Mediterranean symbolism. The analysis of these Mediterranean symbols reveals a metaphysical process or a quest which begins with the exploration of the anguish of uprootedness and exile, reaches an emotional catharsis that desperately searches for a emotional refuge and finally leads to the emergence of a feeling of liberation and plenitude. -- Antoine Sassine, Mount Royal University, Calgary
The Metamorphoses of Ishtar

Nadine Ltaif, John Mikhail Asfour
The Metamorphoses of Ishtar
A God Hangs Upside Down
Backscatter: New and Selected Poems
Federico Garcia Lorca: Songs and Ballads
Rush of Wings: Poems 1968-1977
Changing Shores
Choice of Uppercuts, A
Office Politics
Mirror Image