In these lyrical poems, Carol V. Davis explores earthy and mysterious themes. A well-known fairy tale or historical figure is given a contemporary twist. Using haunting imagery, art, the natural world, and place, Between Storms raises questions of faith and reflects on doubts.
|Publisher:||Truman State University Press|
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About the Author
Winner of the 2007 T. S. Eliot Prize, Carol V. Davis is the author of Into the Arms of Pushkin. She has also published a bilingual collection, It’s Time to Talk About, and two chapbooks, Letters From Prague and The Violin Teacher. She was a senior Fulbright scholar in St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1996-97 and 2005. She teaches at Santa Monica College, California.