Blue

Marking the tenth anniversary of the publication of George Elliott Clarke’s Blue, this new and revised Gaspereau Press edition reminds us why Clarke has become one of Canada’s most read poets. His work is electric, alive, full of fury, beauty and truth. “I craved to draft lyrics that would pour out–Pentecostal fire–pell mell, scorching, bright, loud: a poetics of arson,” writes Clarke. “I am a child of napalm.”

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Marking the tenth anniversary of the publication of George Elliott Clarke’s Blue, this new and revised Gaspereau Press edition reminds us why Clarke has become one of Canada’s most read poets. His work is electric, alive, full of fury, beauty and truth. “I craved to draft lyrics that would pour out–Pentecostal fire–pell mell, scorching, bright, loud: a poetics of arson,” writes Clarke. “I am a child of napalm.”

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Dimensions:

Pages
8in * 5in * 0.5in
250gr

Published:

November 01, 2011

ISBN:

9781554470990

Book Subjects:

POETRY / General

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Language:

eng

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