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Description - Every Day but Tuesday by Barbara Claire Freeman

Every Day But Tuesday is a book of lyric experiments amassed from a space beyond ordinary time, where ?this is tomorrow and the sun? stands, reverberating both as precursor and postscript to the apocalypse. The extraordinary world of these poems, coming from the sea, forests, islands, mountains, and rivers, form an utterly new logic of sound patterning and metric sense-making, colliding a series of gorgeous associations with a suite of prepositions forever reconfiguring.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781632430113
ISBN-10: 1632430118
Format: Paperback / softback
(225mm x 152mm x 7mm)
Pages: 96
Imprint: Omnidawn Publishing
Publisher: Omnidawn Publishing
Publish Date: 3-Nov-2015
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Barbara Claire Freeman

BARBARA CLAIRE FREEMAN is a literary critic and professor of literature who has recently turned her full attention to writing poetry. She is the author of The Feminine Sublime: Gender and Excess in Women's Fiction (University of California Press), among many other works of literary theory and criticism. Formerly an Associate Professor of English at Harvard, she teaches creative writing and poetics in the Rhetoric Department at UC Berkeley. Incivilities, her first collection of poems, was published by Counterpath Press in 2009; a chapbook, St. Ursula's Silence, published by Instance Press in 2010. Selections from these collections won the Boston Review/Discovery Prize and the Campbell Corner Prize (Sarah Lawrence College).

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