Domain: Poems

Domain Poems The poems in Domain embody forces both generative and destructive taking the reader into private and political inner and outer spheres from sisters juggling oranges in the circus ring of a Renoir pa

  • Title: Domain: Poems
  • Author: Barbara Kathleen Nickel
  • ISBN: 9780887847592
  • Page: 170
  • Format: Paperback
  • The poems in Domain embody forces both generative and destructive, taking the reader into private and political, inner and outer spheres from sisters juggling oranges in the circus ring of a Renoir painting to a wedding ring lost from the hatch of Apollo 16 on its way back from the moon In this tour de force of image and sound, Barbara Nickel mines a wealth of poetic foThe poems in Domain embody forces both generative and destructive, taking the reader into private and political, inner and outer spheres from sisters juggling oranges in the circus ring of a Renoir painting to a wedding ring lost from the hatch of Apollo 16 on its way back from the moon In this tour de force of image and sound, Barbara Nickel mines a wealth of poetic forms sonnets, glosas, a sestina, a triolet, free verse sequences, and invented and traditional treatments of line, rhyme, rhythm, and stanza.

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  • Barbara Kathleen Nickel

    Barbara Kathleen Nickel born June 22, 1966 Saskatoon, Sasketchewan is a Canadian poet.She was raised in Rosthern, Saskatchewan She graduated from Goshen College, and University of British Columbia with an M.F.A She was the poetry editor of Prism International.She moved to St.John s, Newfoundland, then back to British Columbia She was on a panel at the 2005 Association of Writers Writing Programs conference.Nickel has won awards for her poems, including the Malahat Review s Long Poem Contest and the Pat Lowther Memorial Award.

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