A reader-friendly miscellany of essays, appreciations, reviews, and conversations, published in newspapers and literary magazines over the past ten years, these are pieces that will resonate equally with the lay poetry lover and the specialist. This collection explores all aspects of a life in poetry: reading it, writing it, teaching it, editing it, publishing it, reviewing it.
About the author
Robyn Sarah was born in New York City to Canadian parents, and has lived for most of her life in Montr?al. A graduate of McGill University (where she majored in philosophy and English) and of Qu?bec's Conservatoire de Musique et d`Art Dramatique, she is the author of seven poetry collections and one previous collection of short stories, A Nice Gazebo, published by V?hicule in 1992. The same year, Anansi published The Touchstone: Poems New and Selected, a collection of her poetry spanning twenty years. Robyn Sarah has also recently published a collection of her essays on poetry, entitled Little Eurekas.