Weathervane

By (author): Mark Sampson

A book of poems that?s as unpredictable as the seasons that guide it, Weathervane is part eco-tourism, part domestic nocturne, and part tempest. In a shifting world, Mark Sampson resounds like a modern Zeus, advising his readers to ?wear galoshes, / even if it doesn?t rain.? Weathervane is an intensely personal, alchemical debut from an accomplished new voice.

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Mark Sampson

Mark Sampson is the author of the novels Off Book, Sad Peninsula, and The Slip, as well as a short-story collection, The Secrets men Keep, and a poetry collection, Weathervane. He has published fiction and poetry in literary journals across Canada. Mark lives in Toronto.


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Dimensions:

80 Pages
8.50in * 5.50in * .40in
150.00gr

Published:

May 15, 2016

Publisher:

Palimpsest Press

ISBN:

9781926794310

Book Subjects:

POETRY / Subjects & Themes / Animals & Nature

Featured In:

Nature

Language:

eng

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