Drunkard’s Path

By (author): Deanna Young

Reminiscent of the quilt pattern from which it takes its name, Deanna Young’s Drunkard’s Path pieces varied life experiences into a patchwork of poems, negotiating the twisted, meandering terrain of memory and relationships.

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Deanna Young

Deanna Young has published poetry in numerous literary journals, including Descant, The Fiddlehead, The New Quarterly and The Antigonish Review. In 1996, Young took first prize in the poetry category of the Atlantic Writing Competition. In September 2000, CBC Radio commissioned her to write a poem for its program “Out of the Blue.” She lives near Canning, Nova Scotia with her family.


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“Deanna Young has written a disarming first collection which not only deftly threads original motifs through a range of disparate poems, but also possesses a welcome sense of the irony and humour present in almost all things.” Kimmy Beach, Sub Terrain


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Reminiscent of the quilt pattern from which it takes its name, Deanna Young’s Drunkard’s Path pieces varied life experiences into a patchwork of poems, negotiating the twisted, meandering terrain of memory and relationships.

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Dimensions:

Pages
9in * 6in * 0.25in
208gr

Published:

August 01, 2001

ISBN:

9781894031448

Book Subjects:

POETRY / Canadian

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Language:

eng

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