29 Mennonite Poets
A fresh anthology by the Mennonite Literary Society, 29 Mennonite Poets, is a welcome new frame for stand-out Canadian poetry, [bringing] together important, culture-shaping poets from across Canada and the U.S., gathering into a communion a formidable battery of themes and styles. Di Brandt, Sally Ito, Audrey Poetcker, David Waltner-Toews, Julia Spicher-Kasdorf and two dozen others invite readers to run the gauntlet from questions of church and faith, sex and gender politics, and identity and racism, through to family life, nature, history, peace, violence, love, grief and more.
Whether reading in the classroom, from the pulpit or in the bedroom, 29 Mennonite Poets is an invaluable new resource.
|Publisher||Mennonite Literary Society|
|Call ID||NF 811.6 Fo|
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