Cascadia by Brenda Hillman
(Wesleyan Poetry Series)

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The problem that this book poses is nothing less than a phenomenology of transformation. Each of the three long poems in the book presents an aspect of Hillman's topography.

About Brenda Hillman

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Brenda Hillman has received many awards, including a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship and the Delmore Schwartz Memorial Award for Poetry. She lives in Kensington, California, and teaches at St. Mary's College in Moraga, CA. Her other books, all published by Wesleyan, include Loose Sugar (1997), Death Tractates (1992), Bright Existence (1992), and Fortress (1989).
Published October 22, 2001 by Wesleyan. 88 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Eclectic, sometimes derivative, sometimes inspired, the latest from the prolific, mercurial Hillman (Loose Sugar, Death Tractates, etc.) spins a luminescent web of vivid, disjunctive lines into an uncertain whole.

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