3 Women

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Ekstasis Editions, 2006 - Poetry - 120 pages
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Stephen Bett's last three books (High-Maintenance, Nota Bene and, here, Three Women) have moved from his customary scathing satirizations of so-called pop culture to a deeply anguished book about a difficult love relationship to, now, a book of anger, bitterness, and new beginnings.
 

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Contents

Those Godawful Streets of Man ist St
11
Those Godawful Streets of Man 7th St
17
For the Nine Guys
23
Boxes of Faith
34
The New 21st C Boomer Bummer
41
Hanging Out
47
For the Sacred and the Divine
54
Teacher III
67
Victims Victim
81
Blind Shots
92
Thank You
106
For a Noble Woman
119
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About the author (2006)

Stephen Bett has had eleven books of poetry published: TRACK THIS: A BOOK OF RELATIONSHIP (BlazeVOX Books, 2010), EXTREME POSITIONS (Spuyten Duyvil, 2009), S PLIT (Ekstasis Editions, 2009), Sass 'n Pass (Ekstasis Editions, 2008); Three Women (Ekstasis Editions, 2006); Nota Bene Poems: A Journey (Ekstasis Editions, 2005); Trader Poets (Frog Hollow Press, 2003); High-Maintence (Ekstasis Editions, 2003); High Design Refit (Greenboathouse Books, 2002); Cruise Control (Ekstasis Editions, 1996); Lucy Kent and other poems (Longspoon Press, 1983). His work has also appeared in over 100 journals in Canada, the U.S., England, Australia, and Finland, as well as in two anthologies, and on radio. He is a member of the English Department at Langara College in Vancouver.

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