The Blaze of the Poui by Mark McMorris
(The Contemporary Poetry Series)

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The Blaze of the Poui unfolds a world as lush and rank as a rain forest, as alluring and lethal as a sea anemone. Mark McMorris writes of the Americas, the Caribbean, and other sites of conquest and colonization, mingling the personal and political, the present and past on pages filled with the language of parting, remembering, promise, and loss.
 

About Mark McMorris

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Mark McMorris is author of The Black Reeds (Georgia) and other collections. He has published his poems in New American Writing, Callaloo, Conjunctions, and other journals. McMorris is an assistant professor of English at Georgetown University.
 
Published April 20, 2003 by University of Georgia Press. 88 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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