Description - WSW by Erin Moure
In these poems the west is not simply an outer landscape framing people's lives; it is an inner landscape that inhabits the body and codes it. They explore the source and structure of voice, memory, and desire that give the body its identity and selfness.
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(228mm x 152mm x 8mm)
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Author Biography - Erin Moure
Erin Moure is a Canadian poet and translator who lives in Montreal. Since releasing her first book in 1979, she has published several award-winning English poetry collections and translated the poetry of acclaimed Quebec writer Nicole Brossard from French (with Robert Majzels), Chus Pato from Galician, Fernando Pessoa from Portuguese, and Andres Ajens from Spanish. Moure has published poetry and translations in over 150 journals and anthologies in several countries, and her poems have been translated into eight languages. In 2008, Moure was awarded an honorary doctorate (D.Lit.) from Brandon University in recognition of her contributions to poetry. Her translation of Chus Pato's famed m-Tala was released simultaneously in Canada and the UK in spring 2009, and a book of collaborations with poet Oana Avasilichioaei was published in the fall of 2009.