Lucy Wilson

 

Pages: 70 pages

Category: Poetry/Women Authors

Price: $10

Description: Wind on Water encompasses a range of topics, from global conservation to freedom fighters and gender equality. The poetry collection will address many pressing concerns of today’s multicultural world: why do we exist? how do we survive in a world teetering on extinction? Contains award-winning poem “Brave in a New World: A Poem in Ten Parts”, featured in the winter 2014 edition of Harbinger Asylum as our official first-place contestant.

Pages: 90 pages

Category: Poetry/Women Authors

Price: $15

Description: Poems from the Left Coast is Lucy Wilson’s second collection from TZP. Professor Wilson revisits themes from the first book–healing arts, love, the environment–and adds new work on matriarchy and “the goddess.” This collection is both philosophical and accessible. Poems from the Left Coast will teach you to open your eyes and to think outside of commonplace teachings.

 

 

Pages: 52 pages

Category: Poetry/Women Authors

Price: $10

DescriptionDesert Mornings is a collection of verse by Dr. Lucy Wilson. In this collection she celebrates life through Zen, mornings, and her home in the desert. Her celebrations are vital and reflect on the American landscape as on the landscape of our dreams. The book contains quotes from famous poets and authors to supplement the reader’s imagination.

 

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Author bio: Lucy Wilson is Professor Emeritus at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. In February 2015 her collection of poems, Wind on Water: Poems on Healing Arts and Songs of Love, was published by Transcendent Zero Press. Her previous publications include a book on Caribbean women writers and approximately 20 articles on 20th century British, American, and Anglophone Caribbean literature. In 2016, she released another outstanding poetry collection called Poems from the Left Coast. Dr. Lucy Wilson writes verse that reflects her passion for W.B. Yeats, environmentalism, John Donne, post-colonial Caribbean literature, and freedom from patriarchy.

 

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