Four poems in the voices of four women—Sylvia Beach, Nora Joyce, Nancy Cunard, and Jean Rhys—women adventuring in the literary Paris of the twenties and thirties, women of no fixed address.
About the Author
ANGELA BALL was born in Athens, Ohio, U.S.A. in 1952. Her books of poems include Kneeling Between Parked Cars and Possession. She lives in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, and teaches in the Center for Writers, University of Southern Mississippi, where she is an editor for Mississippi Review.
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