This collection from Peterborough poet Betsy Struthers explores what it is to be living at the beginning of a new century in the middle of an ordinary life; that of a wife, a mother, a woman who works and travels, and reads and remembers. Through the calm contemplation of sensation and experience;these poems discover the extraordinary in the dailiness of existence, how life,and love continue even in times of loss, both personal and political.
|Publisher:||Black Moss Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.20(d)|
About the Author
Betsy Struthers has published six books of poetry, three novels and her poems and fiction have been published in many anthologies and literary journals. She is a past President of the League of Canadian Poets. She received the Silver Medal for the Milton Acorn People's Poetry Award and was short-listed for the Arthur Ellis Best First Novel Award.