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published: Jan 1988
ISBN:9780889622517
publisher: Mosaic Press

Anything is Possible

A Selection of Eleven Women Poets

by Mary di Michele

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list price: $19.95
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category: Poetry
published: Jan 1988
ISBN:9780889622517
publisher: Mosaic Press
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Anything is Possible is a critically acclaimed and seminal anthology of women poets emerging in the '80s including voices such as Bronwen Wallace, Roo Borson, Jan Conn, Carolyn Smart, and Susan Glickman.

Contributor Notes

Mary Di Michele was born in Lanciano, Italy and has lived in Canada since 1955. Her publications include Mimosa and Other poems (Mosaic, 1981), Immune to Gravity (McClelland & Stewart, 1986) and Debriefing the Rose (Anansi, 1998). She has publicase two novels — Under My Skin (Quarry, 1994) and Tenor of Love (Simon & Shuster, 2005).

Editorial Review

Anything is Possible is innovative in a number of ways. It contributed to the early history of anthologies of Canadian women poets…creating 'voices' of different and differing origins. In addition, it provided a vehicle for intelligent academic women to display their creative talents."- Joseph Pivato, Mary Di Michele: Essays on Her Works

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