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Set in Stone
ISBN: PB: 9781933880792, University of Chicago Press, CavanKerry Press, May 2020
64 pp., 22.8x15.2 cm
In "Set in Stone", Kevin Carey's poems tell stories as dreams, as memories, as rituals, or ceremonies. Carey writes poetry for the everyperson, poetry that deals with memory, loss, and nostalgia in an accessible and honest way. These poems tell stori...
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Scraping Away
ISBN: PB: 9781933880785, University of Chicago Press, CavanKerry Press, April 2020
64 pp., 22.8x15.2 cm
In this debut, full-length poetry collection, Fred Shaw offers a deep dive into the cost of service work. Scraping Away is a collection of narrative, sometimes elegiac poems that express the point of view of restaurant workers. Shaw considers the cos...
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£13,00
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Eleanor
ISBN: PB: 9781933880754, University of Chicago Press, CavanKerry Press, March 2020
128 pp., 22.8x15.2 cm
In" Eleanor", Gray Jacobik presents sixty-two poems written in the voice of former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt. Set against the backdrop of many of the major national and international events of the twentieth century, this famous historical figure h...
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£13,00
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Truth Has a Different Shape
ISBN: PB: 9781933880761, University of Chicago Press, CavanKerry Press, March 2020
232 pp., 22.8x15.2 cm
A family built, a family lost. "Truth Has a Different Shape" is a story of the power of compassion, of love and loss, revelations and relationship, and the evolution of self. Growing up in the 1970s and 1980s, Kari O'Driscoll was taught that strength...
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£17,00
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