Singing Bone

By Katherine Bitney

Singing Bone
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Singing Bone strides across the boundaries of conventional cosmology to bring us a truly original vision of our world. Bitney takes us back through the genealogy of the imagination, revisiting and revising the ancient fireside legends of the human race in poems that explore the ... Read more


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Singing Bone strides across the boundaries of conventional cosmology to bring us a truly original vision of our world. Bitney takes us back through the genealogy of the imagination, revisiting and revising the ancient fireside legends of the human race in poems that explore the nature of creation?the space between sleep and dreaming, the music and geometry of the physical world, the spirit that never ceases to move us to sing as we tumble through time.

Katherine Bitney

Katherine Bitney is author of three critically acclaimed books of poetry: While You Were Out, Heart and Stone and Singing Bone. A fourth collection is forthcoming from Turnstone Press for fall 2012. She has worked as editor, mentor, creative writing instructor, arts juror and literary creative director for over thirty years in Manitoba. Most recently she developed the text for Cantus Borealis, a choral piece on the Boreal with composer Sid Robinovitch (premiered April 2011). Katherine Bitney holds a Master's degree in Religion.

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