July's Thick Kingdom
Kathleen Brewin Lewis (Author) Diane Kistner (Editor)
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DescriptionIn prose poems and lineated poems, sonnets and free verse, Kathleen Brewin Lewis writes about the seasons-of the calendar year and of family life. JULY'S THICK KINGDOM moves the reader through snowstorms and thick pollen into summer's bounty and the bittersweet beauty of fall, from her children's childhood to her parents' old age. "The words go on, a braided rope"-in her second chapbook, Lewis means to mark the passage of time.
December 03, 2015
5.98 X 0.09 X 9.02 inches | 0.15 pounds
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About the Author
Kathleen Brewin Lewis is a Georgia poet whose writing focuses on the natural world and on family life. Recent poems have appeared in Southern Humanities Review, Still: The Journal, Cider Press Review, Appalachian Heritage, Menacing Hedge, and The Christian Century. Her first chapbook, Fluent in Rivers, was published by FutureCycle Press in 2014. She is senior editor of Flycatcher.