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ISBN – 978-1-897475-66-9
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Blurb about the book:
The poems in A Breeze You Whisper are meteors: dense, compact stories created on wings of emotion and myth – more real than reality. They collapse time, merging past and present, resulting in no-time, in all-time. Taken together, the poems in A Breeze You Whisper reveal a journey from innocence to transcendence, expressed metaphorically through the sections: East, South, West, North, and Above & Below. Readers will identify with the universality of Kathryn MacDonald’s passion and vision.
From back of book:
Poems in A Breeze You Whisper speak of love – earthy and sensual. This collection of Kathryn MacDonald’s poems explores nature and relationships, many reflecting on the universal experience of change. Her passion for the spirit of place like the wind over sun-warmed rocks is deepened by the myths she lives by.
Kathryn MacDonald has previously published poetry in literary journals and anthologies, occasionally under the name Deneau. Her novel, Calla & Édourd (Hidden Brook Press) was launched in 2009. Essays on rural and farm life (along with recipes) were published in The Farm and City Cookbook (Second Story Press, co-authored with Mary Lou Morgan). Kathryn earned a B.A. from the University of Windsor and an MPA from Queen’s University, Kingston. She teaches literature and writing online through Loyalist College, Belleville. When not wordsmithing, Kathryn silversmiths, creating original jewellery using gifts from the earth.
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