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Beyond the Ruins
The original version of this play, the last part of a trilogy on the theme...
The Man Who Delivers Clouds
This selection of poems offers the reader a good introduction to a poet of oxymorons,...
The Graph of Roads: Selected Poems 1968-1999
Full of astute observations and subtle reflections, this collection explores the nature of seeing. Rather...
A Call for Cultural Symbiosis
In a provocative and thoughtful essay, Estonia's preeminent poet and cultural critic, Jüri Talvet, investigates...
First Secrets and Other Poems
The images are limpid and precise: the poet's hand is sure in creating images that...
Images
In a letter that she writes to a certain Théodore, the narrator in Images evokes...
Most contemporary poets wear their cultural and artistic influences on their sleeve. Picking up a book in an English language bookstore, it is easy to see where the poet is coming from, either geographically, or culturally (ironic and formal; confessional and free etc). This may seem reductive until you read a book like the one you have in your hands. Put simply, Mia Lecomte is a quietly dazzling poet on her own terms. She is fed by multiple cultures, she is widely read, but her writing is unique and absolutely genuine. You won't have read anything like this.
For The Maintenance of Landscape: Selected Poems

Mia Lecomte, Johanna Bishop, Brenda Porster
2012
For The Maintenance of Landscape: Selected Poems
The Sandwoman
The Last Woman: Selected Poems 1991-2001
The Anarchist Banker: A new Interpretation and a new English Translation with the original Portuguese Edition
Fulvio Caccia: Selected Poems
Tell the Oak Tree to Grow Faster: Selected Aphorisms
A Small Map of Experience: Reflections & Aphorisms
Things That Fall
Moncton Mantra
Devour Me Too
Federico Garcia Lorca: Songs and Ballads
Marie Uguay: Selected Poems 1975-1981
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