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Dark Domain
The four classical elements of earth, water, air, and fire are never absent from de...
Everything Reminds You of Something Else
Thin is the line between dreaming and wakefulness, wellness and disorder, here and there, this...
The Last Woman: Selected Poems 1991-2001
The Last Woman, a selection from twenty years of poetry, is a voyage into being...
Pellucid Waters: Selected Poems
Claude Péloquin wrote his first book of poetry Jéricho in 1963, which immediately established him...
Love is a very long word
Love is a very long word explores the parallel, ambiguous realms of freedom and love...
Andrea Zanzotto's poetics have often been defined as emerging out of Romanticism, yet his work...
Dreaming Our Space, a translation of genre-defying prose poems speaks of the difficult mother-daughter relationship in tormented yet hopeful words. Upon publication under the title L'Autrement pareille, the Toronto critic Barbara Godard compared the text to writings by Nicole Brossard and called Andersen, the older author, "Brossard's literary daughter."
Dreaming Our Space

Marguerite Andersen, Antonio D'Alfonso
Dreaming Our Space
Skinny-Dipping with the Muse
Newer Lies
Aknos and Other Poems
Marimba Forever
A Place in the World
A New Geography of Time
Dreaming of Lost America
Ciao, Baby
Red Promises