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While paying homage to a literary form that originated in Japan, Susan Antolin writes poems recording and celebrating the ordinary moments in contemporary American life.
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Susan Antolin's poetry appears regularly in journals and has won several awards. She is a member of the Haiku Poets of Northern California and co-edits the journal Mariposa. This is her first individual collection.Review:
In these spare and soulful poems, Susan Antolin makes everyday moments, family routines, and passing seasons shimmer. Gardening, spring-cleaning, cradling her baby's cheek or eating cherries with her son--she invites us to see familiar rituals with fresh eyes and an open heart. --Elizabeth Fishel, author of Reunion and co-editor of Wednesday Writers and Something that Matters
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