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Sinopsis: In poems that allow us to taste the bread of mystery and praise, LuAnn Keener-Mikenas imagines a homeland first kindled in human consciousness as Motherworld, a place where hunter and prey / the elegant ones / recommence the necessary ceremony. In so many of these poems, Keener-Mikenas sounds the voice of a patient Eve who regards the creatures as if for the first time, but who knows and laments their future, just as the poet viewing 19th century American paintings recognizes the civilization ( as much curse / as bright idea ) implicit in an ideal wilderness. Still, Homeland remains a book of affirmations, replete with masterful lyricism and unabashed New World wonder, each poem migrating through history, traveling / great distances with slow grace.
About the Author: LuAnn Keener received her MFA in creative writing from the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville in 1986 and won a 1990 Virginia Prize in Poetry. Color Documentary appeared from Calyx Books in 1994. She has published poems in many journals and won numerous awards. Keener-Mikenas has also written memoir and children s stories as well as a series of children s poems for dramatic performance in therapeutic and educational settings. Originally from Ector, Texas, she taught college English for severalyears before making a career change. A licensed clinical social worker, she is a therapist in private practice and at Randolph College in Virginia.
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