The Pebble Chance: Feuilletons and Other Prose

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$18.95  $17.43
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Biblioasis
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Pages
208
Dimensions
5.1 X 0.7 X 8.2 inches | 0.5 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781927428771
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About the Author

Marius Kociejowski, poet, essayist and travel writer, lives in London. He has published four collections of poetry, Coast (Greville Press), Doctor Honoris Causa, and Music's Bride (both Anvil Press). So Dance the Lords of Language - poems 1975-2001 was published in Canada by Porcupine's Quill in 2003. Most recently, he published The Street Philosopher and the Holy Fool: A Syrian Journey (Sutton Publishing), The Pigeon Wars of Damascus (Biblioasis), God's Zoo (Carcanet) and an anthology, Syria through Writers' Eyes (Eland).

Reviews

PRAISE FOR MARIAS KOCIEJOWSKI

"Here the charm is deep, the splendour unlaboured; the colours of history, reckoned afresh, saturate singular people, in whom passion is lucid again...here is one who collects his extraordinary resources, and strides."--Christopher Middleton

"It is a testament to the power of this superb book that I felt not despondency, but ... elation."--Adam Thorpe, The Times Literary Supplement

"Treasures are revealed ... with a formidable erudition, and at their best they gleam with an enameled splendour."--Ken Babstock, The Globe and Mail

"Kociejowski writes beautifully ... unusual, poetic, and thought-provoking."--Library Journal

PRAISE FOR MARIAS KOCIEJOWSKI

"Here the charm is deep, the splendour unlaboured; the colours of history, reckoned afresh, saturate singular people, in whom passion is lucid again...here is one who collects his extraordinary resources, and strides."--Christopher Middleton

"It is a testament to the power of this superb book that I felt not despondency, but ... elation."--Adam Thorpe, The Times Literary Supplement

"Treasures are revealed ... with a formidable erudition, and at their best they gleam with an enameled splendour."--Ken Babstock, The Globe and Mail

"Kociejowski writes beautifully ... unusual, poetic, and thought-provoking."--Library Journal