Blood, Love and Boomerangs

Front Cover
Insomniac Press, Jan 1, 1999 - Poetry - 94 pages
0 Reviews
This tremendously promising first collection of erotic poetry is embroidered with lost lovers, bitter romanticism, sweet introspection, and a litany of sexual partners. In broad, vibrant strokes, emerging poet Catherine Jenkins explores the extremes of human connection and separation: lust, pleasure, pain, and all the wonderful, horrible permutations of love. Included in the book are illustrations by Spencer J Harrison.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

sand storm
13
chokecherry red
27
desire
41
extraction
55
touched
71
marble
85
Copyright

About the author (1999)

Catherine Jenkins is an existential noir romantic who believes in passion, writes about love and death, and is beginning to see the humour in all of it. Jenkins spent much of her childhood travelling through Europe, eventually settling in Peterborough, Ontario. She holds an M.A. in Methodologies for the Study of Western Culture and History from Trent University. Her poetry, prose reviews and photographs have appeared in numerous international publications. She has written two collections of poetry, and is at work on a third. Jenkins lives in Toronto, where she works as a freelance writer and editor.

Bibliographic information