Behind Dark Waters Pramila Venkateswaran

Behind Dark Waters

Author: Pramila Venkateswaran
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Book Title
Behind Dark Waters
Author
Pramila Venkateswaran
ISBN
9780911051360
These are fierce poems, Amazonian in their reach which challenges male territory and waterfalls but further challenges young women to find their warrior selves. Transgression, tresspass and daring are vital in them. However, the anguish of being female is just as vigorously their property. Read "Cartographer of the Breast." Karen Swenson, author of Landlady in Bangkok and A Daughter's Latitude: New and Selected Poems Venkateswaran's second collection outstrips her first in many ways: it is substantial in volume and contains a wider range of subjects and themes; external events, geographies, and mythologies collide with interior reckonings to pose poetic epiphanies; as often as not, the poems pirouette on the dance floor of the page. This is overall a thoughtful, witty, dramatic, and provocative collection. Saleem Peeradina, author of The Ocean in My Yard, Group Portrait, and Meditations on Desire Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Pramila VenkateswaranPublisher: Plain View Press, LLCPublished: 11/15/2008ISBN: 9780911051360Pages: 100Weight: 0.33lbsSize: 9.21h x 6.14w x 0.21d
These are fierce poems, Amazonian in their reach which challenges male territory and waterfalls but further challenges young women to find their warrior selves. Transgression, tresspass and daring are vital in them. However, the anguish of being female is just as vigorously their property. Read "Cartographer of the Breast."
Karen Swenson, author of Landlady in Bangkok and A Daughter's Latitude: New and Selected Poems

Venkateswaran's second collection outstrips her first in many ways: it is substantial in volume and contains a wider range of subjects and themes; external events, geographies, and mythologies collide with interior reckonings to pose poetic epiphanies; as often as not, the poems pirouette on the dance floor of the page. This is overall a thoughtful, witty, dramatic, and provocative collection.
Saleem Peeradina, author of The Ocean in My Yard, Group Portrait, and Meditations on Desire



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Pramila Venkateswaran
Publisher: Plain View Press, LLC
Published: 11/15/2008
ISBN: 9780911051360
Pages: 100
Weight: 0.33lbs
Size: 9.21h x 6.14w x 0.21d
These are fierce poems, Amazonian in their reach which challenges male territory and waterfalls but further challenges young women to find their warrior selves. Transgression, tresspass and daring are vital in them. However, the anguish of being female is just as vigorously their property. Read "Cartographer of the Breast."
Karen Swenson, author of Landlady in Bangkok and A Daughter's Latitude: New and Selected Poems

Venkateswaran's second collection outstrips her first in many ways: it is substantial in volume and contains a wider range of subjects and themes; external events, geographies, and mythologies collide with interior reckonings to pose poetic epiphanies; as often as not, the poems pirouette on the dance floor of the page. This is overall a thoughtful, witty, dramatic, and provocative collection.
Saleem Peeradina, author of The Ocean in My Yard, Group Portrait, and Meditations on Desire



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Pramila Venkateswaran
Publisher: Plain View Press, LLC
Published: 11/15/2008
ISBN: 9780911051360
Pages: 100
Weight: 0.33lbs
Size: 9.21h x 6.14w x 0.21d