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Black Moss Press, 2003 - Poetry - 64 pages
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This collection from Peterborough poet Betsy Struthers explores what it is to be living at the beginning of a new century in the middle of an ordinary life; that of a wife, a mother, a woman who works and travels, and reads and remembers. Through the calm contemplation of sensation and experience, these poems discover the extraordinary in the dailiness of existence, how life and love continue even in times of loss, both personal and political.

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About the author (2003)

Peterborough poet Betsy Struthers has published eight books of poetry and three novels, including the poetry volume "Saying So Out Loud", and the novel "Found: A Body". Her poems have appeared in many anthologies and journals in Canada, the U.S.A. and Australia. She is active in the League of Canadian Poets, serving as coordinator of the Feminist Caucus.

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