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You can hear their shrieks when lovers are separated and parents are separated from their small white children. Sometimes you hear a sigh of relief when a mom loses her difficult teen , and the son cackles with glee, but he's soon calling from a distant island for a white bread sandwich with vegan mayonnaise. She's the only white mo m among the hundred thousands who can mak e his sandwich just right. One day the w hite islands may grow green trees, but for now, all is white, a pure white universe.
Together they make up a music of childlike wonder and amazement: a Book of Spells. What surprises are in store as this Irish Alice sinbads her way through Poetryland.
Ninety-two-year-old Irene announces to her children that she is dying, and so the wake begins with the waggish matriarch in full attendance. In thirty-two poetic vignettes, Judy Wells tells the story of an Irish-American mother who has endowed her clan with a sense of drama and high humor that will prepare them to negotiate the pitfals of property inheritance and renegotiate what it means to be a family after the funeral. Call Home tells a deeply touching tale with universal relevance" -- Bridget Connelly, Ph. See additional pages on. Call Home , Scarlet Tanager Books, Everything Irish , Scarlet Tanager Books, Albuquerque Winter, Hawkeye Press, I Have Berkeley , Hawkeye Press, Irish American poet, Judy Wells, in her collection of prose poems, The Glass Ship , a multi-layered phantasmagoria of Technicolor dreams within dreams, is searching for answers too.
Her nameless, lusty, irreverent narrator, an accomplished sailor, voyages alone on a small boat to fantastical worlds. Rosemarie Crupi Holz. But the wind chimes of synchronicity really began pealing as I immersed myself in her latest book of poems, The Glass Ship. Naomi Lowinsky. The magical cover by Sian MacQueen increases our desire to open the book and read. Cherise Wyneken.
Woman See'd 3 , Fall , "Downtown Oakland". City Miner 11 , , "My Deer".
Sister Lode , Dec. Sister Lode , Feb. Sister Lode , Mar. Sister Lode , Jan. Berkeley Works 1 , Jan. Great American Poem ". Chameleon 6 , Mar. New America, v.
Berkeley Works 4 , Autumn 85, "The Couple". Athena Incognito 9, Spring 88, "Transition".
Poetry San Francisco, Summer , "Missing you a long time". Dream Machinery , November , "Vocation". Beatlick's Nashville Poetry Newsletter , 17, Nov. Dream Machinery , May , "Summer Heat". Pro-fess-ing , v.