Turning Dances: An Anthology of North Carolina Poets

By: Peck, Steven D. (editor)

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What is a turning dance? It is constant motion around us, in which men and women carry their weight alternating between heavy and light. We watch from the side as their lithe bodies perform like stick figures. Push-and-pull circular dance that dizzies us by its repetition. This project includes twenty-two North Carolinians, poets, who find a purpose by expressing themselves in words. It is an affirmation of what it means to live in this land. The golden cord that twists between these poems is a spiritual unity. The poets are: Elizabeth Sewell, Rudy Wallace, Julie Suk, Robert Morgan, Deborah Pope, Earl Braggs, Susan Ludvigson, Crayton Wanders, Audrey Layden, Michael Chitwood, Joan Lipsitz, Will Blythe, Debra Kaufman, Michael McFee, David Brendan Hopes, Steven Peck, Sam Ragan, Shelby Stephenson, Jim Cryer, Paul Jones, Ann Deagon, and Fred Chappell.

Title: Turning Dances: An Anthology of North Carolina Poets

Author Name: Peck, Steven D. (editor)

Categories: Miscellaneous,

Edition: 1st

Publisher: np, Aosta Publishing: 1991

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Type: Book

Seller ID: 26309

Keywords: North Carolina Poetry