Uncomfortability

By (author): Roxanna Bennett

Uncomfortability, Roxanna Bennett’s third book with Gordon Hill Press, pandemic conditions are explored in their individuated awfulness but also their paradoxical solidarity, the unifying collective status of being somehow constrained, life radically changing due to social proscription. Continuing her development and renovation of the sonnet form established in her previous books, but building on the form by arranging the text into seasonal divisions like a Book of Hours, Uncomfortability is devoted to this question from “Life Without Weather”, “Could we begin to love each other?s pain?” The book answers, “No one needs to fight. We are all the same.”

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Roxanna Bennett

The disabled poem-making entity known as Roxanna Bennett gratefully resides on aboriginal land. They are the author of the award-winning colletions The Untranslatable I (Gordon Hill Press, 2021) and Unmeaningable (Gordon Hill Press, 2019).


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Dimensions:

100 Pages
9.00in * 6.00in * .32in
230.00gr

Published:

September 01, 2023

Publisher:

Gordon Hill Press

ISBN:

9781774221020

Book Subjects:

POETRY / General

Language:

eng

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