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Author Lynch, Alessandra, 1965- author.

Title Daylily called it a dangerous moment / by Alessandra Lynch.

Publication Info. Farmington, ME : Alice James Books, [2017]

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 PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor    811.6 LYN    Available
 PAS Santa Catalina Branch Non-Fiction    811.6 LYN    Available
Description 101 pages ; 23 cm
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Summary ""With a music prowess both deft and ferocious, these empathetic poems in Daylily Called It a Dangerous Moment woe and terrify simultaneously. Terrible things happen in this book and it's wonderful-such is the redemptive power of poetry this exquisite."--Dean Young This heart-wrenching book examines the tensions between the harshness of violence and the beauty of everyday life. There is a discourse with the wreckage in these poems that infiltrate life after trauma and violence as it perpetuates onward, pulling us into the speaker's domain and the endless cycle of attempting to overcome-without forgetting- the past. Alessandra Lynch is also the author of Sails the Wind Left Behind and It was a terrible cloud at twilight. Her work has appeared in the American Poetry Review, Antioch Review, The Colorado Review, The Cortland Review, The Massachusetts Review, Ploughshares, and other literary journals. Alessandra was born on the East River and now lives with her husband and sons by a stony creek, two hackberry trees, and a magnolia trio. She teaches in Butler University's undergraduate and MFA programs"-- Provided by publisher.
Genre/Form Poetry.
Added Title Poems. Selections
Other Form: Online version: Lynch, Alessandra, 1965- Daylily called it a dangerous moment. Farmington, ME : Alice James Books, [2017] 9781938584701 (DLC) 2016054521
ISBN 9781938584657 (paperback ; alk. paper)
1938584651 (paperback ; alk. paper)

 
    
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