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Speak from Here to There
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Publisher Peepal Tree Pr Ltd
Publication date July 1, 2016
Pages 132
Binding Paperback
Book category Adult Non-Fiction
ISBN-13 9781845233198
ISBN-10 1845233190
Dimensions 0 by 5.50 by 8.25 in.
Published in Great Britain
Original list price $18.95
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For six months during 2015, two poets known for their capacity to create lyric responses to the complex realities around them, yet poets fully inscribed in both a western literary tradition and other longer traditions that have been marginalized, exchanged poems that were in constant dialogue even as they remained wholly defined and shaped by the details of their own private and public lives. Kwame Dawes’ base was flat prairieland of Lincoln, Nebraska, a mid-American landscape in which he, a black man, felt at once alien and curiously committed to the challenges of finding “home”; and John Kinsella’s base was in the wide open violently beautiful landscape of western Australia, his home ground, thick with memory and heavy with the language of ecological change, political ineptitude and artistic defiance. E-mail was the bridge. These two poets found themselves in the middle of the swirl of political and social upheavals in their spheres.


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With Kwame Dawes | from Peepal Tree Pr Ltd (July 1, 2016)
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About: For six months during 2015, two poets known for their capacity to create lyric responses to the complex realities around them, yet poets fully inscribed in both a western literary tradition and other longer traditions that have been marginalized, exchanged poems that were in constant dialogue even as they remained wholly defined and shaped by the details of their own private and public lives.

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