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Seeking Its Own Level: Motif Volume 4

Seeking Its Own Level: Motif Volume 4
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  • Languages:English (Unknown), English (Original Language), English (Published)
  • Media:Paperback
  • Number Of Items:1
  • Pages:148
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.5
  • Dimensions (in):0.3 x 5.9 x 8.9
  • Publication Date:June 16, 2014
  • ISBN:1934894559
  • EAN:9781934894552

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~ The fourth in the MOTIF literary anthology series takes WATER as its theme. Contributors include Margaret Atwood, Maurice Manning, Amy Hempel, Bret Anthony Johnston, Jill McCorkle, Lynne Sharon Schwartz, Jamie Quatro, Roxanne Gay, Richard Hague and Jesse Graves. SEEKING ITS OWN LEVEL also marks the arrival of a capable new editor for the series, Denton Loving. In this collection, writers of prose and poetry explore water in many of its forms--origin, sustenance, contemplation and expression. <> "From established forces like Margaret Atwood to emerging voices like Jon Sealy, this anthology is a rare blend of literary current guaranteed to leave you breathless." (David Joy) <> "Rivers and oceans. Rain. Tears of sorrow and of joy. This anthology is as wide-ranging and powerful and restorative as that life-giving element that provides its theme." (Michael Knight) <> "The stories, poems, and essays in this volume transcend the merely thematic. The water here is the water inherent in language, the living texture of this time and place." (Charles Dodd White) <> "Reading it is, in the words of a poet, to 'sit and stare into that blue history.'" (Mark Powell) * "A varied, graceful, and timely collection." (Joanne Proulx) <> "The stunning pieces in this collection are just as powerful and life-altering as the stuff they pontificate on: they have the power to transform, to bring us together." (Robert James Russell) ~ 2014, www.motesbooks.com ~

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