by Patricia Abram
The Ink of Light follows a journey of meditations, exploring the language of light through the imagery of the natural world, a lover speaking with her Beloved, women bearing witness to the light, and finally as reflections on the body of the world as seen through family. These poems speak to the mystical, seeing the sacred in the ordinary and opening the eye of perception.
In 1995 Patricia Abram served as a co-editor of Brock University's literary journal The Harpweaver, and as poetry editor in 1996 and 1997. Her poetry has been published in Canadian literary journals, including The Fiddlehead, The Antigonish Review, Contemporary Verse 2, and Fireweed, as well as the anthologies Close to Heart (English Garden Publishers, 1996), and Vintage 96 (Quarry Press, 1997). Her fiction has been published in an anthology of short stories titled Two Lands: New Visions (Coteau Books, 1998).
ISBN: 1-896331-77-7 or 9781896331775 | WMPub# 1027 | 6" x 9" | 87 page perfect bound | $11.95 CDN
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