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Wrack line Book
Book | University of Regina Press, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada : [2023]

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"The powerful debut from author and poet M.W. Jaeggle Like the coastal zone where high tides deposit organic materials and other debris, M.W. Jaeggle's Wrack Line traces loss, guilt, and subsequent loneliness while exploring regenerative possibilities of language, memory, and land, taking readers on a journey that will leave them like "A black horse... winded at the gate" of some new grace. Praise for Wrack Line "Jaeggle's precise, tender, often surprising evocations of the natural world allow me to feel his earth as something seen, renewed and renewable. The joys of perceiving and making words work carry me with the lightest touch toward pleasure and human connection, where awareness trumps sorrow and angst. The details and images, warm and charming, contribute much to the book's wisdom." --David Zieroth, author of watching for life Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, M.W. Jaeggle is the author of three chapbooks, Janus on the Pacific, The Night of the Crash, and Choreography for a Falling Blouse. He lives in Buffalo, New York, where he is a PhD student in the Department of English at SUNY Buffalo. Wrack Line is his first book of poetry."-- Provided by publisher.

  • ISBN: 9780889779532
  • Physical Description: 75 pages ; 22 cm
  • Publisher: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada : University of Regina Press, [2023]
  • Copyright: ©2023
  • Bibliography, etc. Note:
    Includes bibliographical references: page 73.

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