Meadows, Deborah

Deborah Meadows - involutia



In the UK, available only direct from Shearsman Books.

Deborah Meadows - involutia

Paperback, 84pp, 8.5x5.5ins

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Deborah Meadows' fourth collection is a rigorous and spellbinding series of poems — innovative, experimental, and featuring such unexpected collisions as Luce Irigaray & Gilles Deleuze encountering Zen philosophy.


"When rain falls on the lake, / it's hard to distinguish edges. / But the lake / is not the whole world."

Deborah Meadows grew up in Buffalo, NY in a working-class family, attended SUNY, Buffalo, worked in a factory and in various manual laboring jobs, and in 1977 moved west to work in a poverty program after graduation. She now teaches in the Liberal Studies Department at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Her recent publications include two collections of poetry from Green Integer — Representing Absence and Thin Gloves.


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