All Souls'

Rhea Tregebov

Bluesy, opinionated, sly, self-chastising and tender, Rhea Tregebov's All Souls'-her first collection since 2004-commands a range of tones wider and bolder than anything in her previous six books. Inspired by crises both personal [divorce, adult children, aging parents] and societal [global warming, financial implosion],All Souls' bracingly addresses the quandary at the heart of our present moment:the fear of change and the fear of standing still. Enriched by a sharp palate and crackling with confidence, Tregebov's new poems capture life in all its rueful aspects, and do so with a lyricism of considerable beauty and power.

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Rhea Tregebovis the author of six acclaimed books of poetry and the historical novel The Knife Sharpener's Bell [2009]. She has written children's picture books and edited numerous anthologies. Her work has received the J.I. Segal Award, and the Pat Lowther Award, Prairie Schooner Readers' Choice Award, and the Malahat Review Long Poem Prize. She is an Associate Professor in the Creative Writing department at the University of British Columbia.

Other books by Rhea Tregebov:
Talking to Strangers
Proving Grounds
Mapping the Chaos
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78 pp 8.5" x 5.5"
ISBN13: 9781550653380

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