Alphabet of Desire

By Ken Norris

Alphabet of Desire
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Alphabet of Desire, Ken Norris's sixteenth book of poetry, brings together two remarkable poetic sequences. 'The Ascent of Spring' is a haunting meditation on creativity and renewal. The title sequence, consisting of thirty-nine prose poems, covers everything from Aspects of ... Read more


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Alphabet of Desire, Ken Norris's sixteenth book of poetry, brings together two remarkable poetic sequences. 'The Ascent of Spring' is a haunting meditation on creativity and renewal. The title sequence, consisting of thirty-nine prose poems, covers everything from Aspects of the Natural to Zen Mondays. An exciting new collection from a writer who has been called 'one of the best poets of his generation.'

Ken Norris

Ken Norris, originally from New York City, moved to Montreal and was a member of the Vehicule Poets group. He has had more than 20 books of poetry published and has edited and translated a number of others. He now lives down the road from Stephen King in Bangkok, Maine, and teaches Canadian Literature at the University of Maine.

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