Exercises in Lip Pointing

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New Star Books, Jan 1, 2003 - Poetry - 87 pages
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Exercises in Lip Pointing is a new collection of poems by respected First Nations writer Annharte. She uses oral sounds and written signs to probe and prod the reader, to ask the right questions, to lay bare the contradictions and delights in the serendipities of her experience. She makes us laugh, cry, and learn.

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Contents

Dream
3
Cherries Could Be a Girls Best
9
Mother In the News
16
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Annharte, AKA Marie Baker, is Anishinabe (Little Saskatchewan First Nation, Manitoba). She has moved her urban campground back to her birthplace, otherwise known as Winnipeg. The author of three previous poetry books, Being On the Moon (1990), Columbus Coyote Cafe (1995) and Exercises In Lip Pointing (2003), she also has a book of essays, AKA, out in 2012 from Capilano University Editions.

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