Part fable, part portal, “The Endless Unbegun” moves through prose and poetry, the past and the present, the mystical and the carnal, to tell a love story through many lifetimes. The twenty-first-century romance of Jon and Marisol opens into the sixth-century friendship of Radegunde and Fortunatus, which opens into poems that speak intimately of connection -- with others, with the future we engender, and with the Earth that sustains us. Here, poetry meets myth in timeless writing that recognizes and renews the soul.
|Publisher:||Twelve Winters Press|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||373 KB|
About the Author
Rachel Jamison Webster is the author of the full-length collection of poetry, September (Northwestern University Press, 2013). Her poems and essays appear in numerous journals and anthologies, among them Poetry, Narrative, Tin House, The Southern Review and The Paris Review. She lives in Evanston, Illinois, and teaches in the Creative Writing Program at Northwestern University. Visit at racheljamisonwebster.com.