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The mouth of home; poems

Moon, Janelle

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ISBN 10: 0965701522 / ISBN 13: 9780965701525
Editorial: Arctos Press, Sausalito, 1999
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63p., personal inscription signed by the poet, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Lesbian poet from San Francisco. N° de ref. de la librería 202426

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Título: The mouth of home; poems

Editorial: Arctos Press, Sausalito

Año de publicación: 1999

Encuadernación: Paperback

Ejemplar firmado: Signed by Author(s)

Edición: 1st Edition

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Poetry. Janell Moon's is an absolutely original voice. With wicked humor and a compassionate eye, Janell deftly tackles the conundrums of family, lesbian love, aging. She brings to her writing the raw, risky honesty that only a strong poet can. Roaming from her girlhood in a small Ohio town, to dreams after a friend's suicide, to the tricky balance on a San Francisco hillside, she confronts the fractures of identity and how we make our place in the world --Dorthy Wall. When morning broke, there was a moment/ when light and dark shone in balance/ and if we really focused,/ we could see what was left,/ what was worthy. (The Burning).

About the Author:

Janell Moon is the author of three collections of poetry: "Woman With a Cleaver", "Lesbian Speaker's Bureau" and "Snakeskin Boots." She has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and has won prizes in the Villa Montalva, The Randall Jarrell, and the Red Rock poetry contests and was winner of the Salt Hill Journal contest, among others. Her poems have appeared in "Sinister Wisdom, The Harvard Gay and Lesbian Review, The Pittsburgh Quarterly, Frontiers", and many others. Some anthologies include: "Lesbians Raising Sons," "From Wedded Wife to Lesbian Life," " Unbound" and "Beyond Definition."

A long time San Francisco resident, Moon has a private practice as a hypnotherapist and teaches writing classes at SF City College and The College of Marin. She ia a graduate of Ohio University and co-founder of Sunday's Child, a San Francisco art and writing salon.

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