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Author Franco, Tanis, author

Title Quarry / Tanis Franco
Published Alberta : University of Calgary Press, [2018]


Description 1 online resource
Series Brave & brilliant series
Brave & brilliant series.
Contents Front Cover; Half Title Page; Full Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; dead horse bay i.; Quarry: excavation; anthroposcopy; voyeur; the thing about me; dead horse bay ii; Quarry: pbs; perception; the ocean taught me how to cruise; two people who held each other intensely outside a bar for upwards of twenty minutes; Quarry: the hole; halloween; cal says; hsp song; in theory; to date stone you; february downfall; Quarry: hazards; waves; projections; a sleep; automata; a ship; things a pebble would say if it could say them; spring equinox; stone; Quarry: mined; clouds; glass
Signs of dishonestypebbles; that there shall be other fire islands; Quarry: the pump; stone4stone; the park; deep; a spark that starts; flesh of my flesh; reconstruction; proxemics; sacred; journey fragments; autumnal equinox; notes; acknowledgements; about the author; Series Page; Back Cover
Summary Spaces are not exterior to bodies. They influence and affect the way bodies exist in the world. A quarry is an unnatural place within a natural territory. At any moment, it can be abandoned. A body is not separate from the spaces it inhabits. They exist together, in a mutual state of interrelation and instability. Quarry relays a year in the life of a body in transition as it changes with other bodies; human, animal, and mineral. It examines queer social spaces and contested natural spaces, asking how they affect each other. Using evocative metaphor and refreshing language, these poems make bodily experience new. Tanis Franco eschews traditional narratives of the queer and transgender body, bringing nuanced ideas to an ongoing literary and philosophical conversation. Their strong sense of location and landscape is interwoven with sensual language and impeccable craft, creating a unique and distinctive voice
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed April 25, 2018)
Subject Poetry
Poetry as Topic
POETRY -- Canadian.
POETRY -- Gay & Lesbian.
Genre/Form Electronic books
Love poetry.
Love poetry.
Poésie d'amour.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9781552389829