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Berries in Abandoned Lots

A Poetry Collage
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Berries in Abandoned Lots by Edie Eubanks-Fields
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Berries in Abandoned Lots is an excursion of relevant, paper-cut poetry of diverse tone and hue. Berries in Abandoned Lots captures the essence of humanness, including a volley of societal sticks and stones, abandonment of forgotten ones, and the pain of a lesbian friend; then moves up-close and personal to a man who cannot find his psychological niche in the real world in "Third Tangent," and focuses in on an intimacy piranha in "Felonious," and hard reality in "Night Boy." Add the vibrancy of the natural world, a frame of serrating cultural voice, and a quick click of lightheartedness, and Berries in Abandoned Lots might just become the poetry you tuck into your inside pocket.

Author Biography

Edie Eubanks-Fields has been assistant, organizer, parent, screamer, life arranger, bungler, pauper and scrounger. There was never an aspiration to be a writer, until she found herself in a writers' support group in small town Kentucky, and sat in secret amusement as other attendees oozed and sighed of lifelong yearnings to be writers. The "hey-maybe-I-am-a-writer" bug didn't really draw blood until after she wrote poetry, or edited it practically everyday for over a year. She discovered she loved the process, and, her writings. More surprisingly, she liked poetry, and the idea that she might be a writer-poet. Edie is from Chattanooga, Huntsville, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Campbellsville, Kentucky and Des Moines.
Release date NZ
March 23rd, 2012
Audience
  • General (US: Trade)
Imprint
Edie Eubanks-Fields
Pages
124
Dimensions
152x229x7
ISBN-13
9780615596785
Product ID
19930301

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