Wind on Water

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About the author:
Lucy Wilson teaches twentieth-century British and Caribbean literature as well as a pre-poetry class at Loyola Marymount University, Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts. Her work on modern British, Caribbean and contemporary U.S. literature has appeared in several journals and anthologies, including Modern Fiction Studies, Critical Perspectives on Jean Rhys (Three Continents), Literature and Exile (Rodopi), Journal of Caribbean Studies, Review of Contemporary Literature, Callaloo, Wasafiri, and Caribbean Quarterly. Her book, In Due Season: Essays on Novels of Development by Caribbean Women Writers, was published by University Press of America in 2008.

Wind on Water

Authored by Lucy Wilson
Edition: 1

Wind on Water encompasses a range of topics, from global conservation to freedom fighters and gender equality. The poetry collection will address many pressing concerns of today's multicultural world: why do we exist? how do we survive in a world teetering on extinction? Contains award-winning poem "Brave in a New World: A Poem in Ten Parts", featured in the winter 2014 edition of Harbinger Asylum as our official first-place contestant.

Publication Date:
1503088979 / 9781503088979
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Poetry / Women Authors

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