A Finalist for the 2019 National Book Award for Poetry, this collection shows the reader both the closeness of the enemy and the poet's inherent courage, inventiveness and joy. Each poem is an act of victory as they find their way through the repessive forces to speak with both beauty and truth.
Get detailed discussion and invaluable video footage of 23 diverse interventions for speech sound disorders (SSDs) in children. This textbook and DVD set is an essential part of pre-service and inservice professional development for SLPs.
The winner of the Test Site Poetry Series Prize offers a breathtaking debut of identity and place in a time of ecological crisis.
Art can't shield our bodies or stabilize the earth's climate, but Evie Shockley's Semiautomatic insists that it can feed the spirit and reawaken the imagination. The volume responds primarily to the 21st century's inescapable evidence of the terms of black life--not so much new as newly visible.
As an unprecedented study of the totality Zelda Fitzgerald's creative work, this book makes an important contribution to the history of women's art with new perspectives on women and modernity, plagiarism, creative partnership and the nature of mental illness.