Ditch-Tender


Julia B. Levine’s third book of poetry instills a dramatic appreciation for the fullness and challenge of each stage of life. With lyrical grace and a fearless perception, she writes of the public and private roles we play as child, parent, partner, lover, psychologist, neighbor, and friend. Along the way we are immersed in poetic experiences both complex and inspiring. In the words of poet Kate Northrop, Levine captures “the gorgeous and complicated evidence—of beauty, of love, of ruin and ‘essential hazards’—and through that process, through the images and wisdom of the poems, leads the reader to a richly imagined place, one where words still can heal.”

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Pages

133

ISBN (Paperback)

978-159732-038-2

ISBN (Hardback)

978-159732-037-5

Author

Julia B. Levine