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Sibylline
     

Sibylline

by Marc Vincenz, Dennis Paul Williams
 

Spanning the emergence of the Italian Renaissance and out of the darkness of the medieval era, from the Black Death to the Baroque period—eventually reaching Tinsel town, Marc Vincenz’s newest book, a long poem, Sibylline, manages a multi-layered, multi-voiced perspective, which is both cosmic/spiritual and political/global. Exquisitely

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Spanning the emergence of the Italian Renaissance and out of the darkness of the medieval era, from the Black Death to the Baroque period—eventually reaching Tinsel town, Marc Vincenz’s newest book, a long poem, Sibylline, manages a multi-layered, multi-voiced perspective, which is both cosmic/spiritual and political/global. Exquisitely illustrated by Louisiana artist, Dennis Paul Williams, Sibylline, emerges from the manger of the scallop, from the cradle of beauty and transcendental love. She, our muse, our Sibylline, is a contradicting trickster who, with the aide of Vincenz’s tantalizing sonics and wordplay, dances across these pages with flourish and verve. In Sibylline, Vincenz has created a transcendental work of intense erotic longing and a sublime affirmation of the power of art itself.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780986137068
Publisher:
Ampersand Books
Publication date:
11/05/2016
Pages:
60
Product dimensions:
5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.16(d)

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