"...Every poem tells a crisp, textured story that moves the reader out of the solace of memory–with its momentary comfort–and into ambiguity, hardship and danger, where every serious reader of poetry longs to go...” —Ralph Adamo, author of Waterblind and editor of The Xavier Review
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Celia Lewis is a native of New Orleans whose work most recently appeared in Tributaries 2012, Whatever Remembers Us, and Literary Mobile. She has written and conducted poetry workshops for students and is publisher and co-editor of Rette’s Last Stand: The Poetry of Everette Maddox (Tensaw Press, 2004). She did graduate work at University of South Alabama (1994-96) and holds a master’s degree from Spring Hill College. She and her husband, Mack, have lived in downtown Mobile for over 30 years where they have been involved with historic preservation both as a passion and a livelihood.
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Book Description Negative Capability Press, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110942544854