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Definite Space Poems

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ISBN-10: 0977945847

ISBN-13: 9780977945849

Edition: 2007

Authors: Ann Iverson

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"While Ann Iverson makes direct references to contemporary political events, she mutes their potential polarizing effect by considering them within a non-politicized context: her life. Consequently, no matter one's position on our nation's response to September 11, to the war on terror, or the president, one can appreciate these poems."-Rachel Lintula Ann Iverson's second collection of poetry conveys the emotional journey of a son's first and second deployment to Baghdad, as well as the spiritual and physical adjustment to a move from the inner city to a country-like suburb. In spare, distinctive imagery, Iverson ponders the personal, familial, and social transitions brought about by life…    
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Book details

List price: $15.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Holy Cow! Press
Publication date: 9/1/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 96
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.396

Tom Pollard is Professor of Social Sciences at National University in San Jose and a documentary filmmaker whose work has appeared on BBC, the Discovery Channel, the Life Network, Canadian Broadcasting System, and various PBS channels. His most recent book is Sex and Violence: The Hollywood Censorship Wars (Paradigm, 2010) and he has coauthored with Carl Boggs The Hollywood War Machine (Paradigm, 2007) and A World in Chaos: Social Crisis and the Rise of Postmodern Cinema (Rowman & Littlefield 2003).

Twin Towers
When a Son Goes Off to War
Driving Through Louisiana, Christmas Day, 2002
What to Say
The Yellow Ribbon
Father of a Soldier
Three A.M. First Call from Baghdad
The Fourth of July, 2003
Too Close to Home, July 5th
Keep the Boy Alive
The Deployment: Ill at Ease
Christmas Leave
Incarcerated, Saddam Hussein Writes Poetry and Gardens
Returning from NYC, November, 2001
Agenda of the Dead
Half Moon at Christmas, 2001
Post-Traumatic Stress
One Night Out of Many
Moving to the Country
He Saw the Owl
Her Job at Dusk While a Storm Threatens
Politics in the Country
Homesick, Again
What Can Go Awry
Sometimes if She Enters
When You Sleep in November
First Lesson
Empty Nest
Even Though
Code in War Time
Rooster Pheasant
The New Garden
Back to School
Summer's End
Falling, Rising, Sand
No Promises Here
Waiting for Winter
The Second Deployment
War Years are Like Animal Years
Status Quo
Amazing How All Days Can Fall Into One
Beside Himself
Again, the Yellow Ribbon
Before You Leave Again
The Old Black Lab
God's Will
Of Loneliness and Snow
Leafless. Coyotes
Study: Shapes and Forms
Alone After Christmas
New Year's Day
Sonnet for the Barren Birch
Together We Planted Grass
Count Down
Now When She Drives
War Prayer
The Gift
About the Author, Her Stepson, and the Cover Artist