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Thin Moon Psalm

Benning, Sheri

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ISBN 10: 1894078608 / ISBN 13: 9781894078603
Published by Brick Books, U.S.A., 2007
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Title: Thin Moon Psalm

Publisher: Brick Books, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:As New

Edition: 1st Edition

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Poetry. Here are poems of remembrance and deep grieving, recalling in etched details iconic moments which are alive with the unspoken-moments between father and daughter, mother and child, sister and sister, lover and lover, poet and friend. "These thrillingly beautiful poems invoke what the thinnest scrap of moon can offer of its cold glowing remnant to the imagination: loss, sorrow, and hope. The hyphen, prominent in Benning's language use, makes impressive the connection, and the distance, between words and the living cosmos. Benning's fresh romanticism colours the lexicon of THIN MOON PSALM and its emotional territory. The prairie landscape and sky-world, the temporality of passionate human connection; the physicality of memory and grief are the deep streams of metaphor this book engages. Sheri Benning is a marvel of a poet"--Sharon Thesen.

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Sheri Benning grew up on a small farm in central Saskatchewan. Her second book of poetry, Thin Moon Psalm, published by Brick Books, 2007, won the Saskatchewan Book Award's Anne Szumigalski Poetry Award and The City of Saskatoon Book Award. An earlier version of Thin Moon Psalm won the Alfred G. Bailey Award. Her first book of poetry, Earth After Rain, Thistledown Press, 2001, also won two Saskatchewan Book Awards - the Anne Szumigalski Poetry Award and the Brenda Riches MacDonald First Book Award. Sheri is the recipient of the Saskatchewan Lieutenant Governor's Award for Achievement in the Arts, the Earle Birney Poetry Prize, and the second place recipient of the Bliss Carmen Poetry Award.

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