House of sugar, house of stone : poems / Emily Pérez.

By: Pérez, Emily (Poet) [author.]Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooksMountain west poetry series: Publisher: Fort Collins : The Center for Literary Publishing, Colorado State University, [2016]Description: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781885635501; 1885635508Subject(s): Fairy tales -- PoetryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: House of sugar, house of stoneDDC classification: 811/.6 LOC classification: PS3616.E74327Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; Lullaby; Under the Roof; Each Day I Open the Door to Damage; DIrections; A New Mother Discovers Emptiness; Self Portrait as a Dam; The Flood; Mother Love; The Meow's the Thing-; Further Thoughts on Responsibility; Nose Tip,; Wheat Field with Crows; Tide Pools; Dear Daughter,; Sweet Seed, Sweet Poison; To the Artist's Child; Pre-Term; Child's Story; Because We Left the City; Units of Measure; Aubade; Abandon; Proposal; The Birth of Doubt; Advice to My Younger Self: Fall; Raveling Round the Lake; Dust Storm; We Cannot Sleep Alone; Verge; Child,
Epithalamium on a Theory of GravityThe Barnyard of It; Creator, I Try; Advice to My Younger Self: Winter; Dear Creation, I Confess,; Further Thoughts on Abandon; Two = Part Invention; Perfect Wife; Processional; How I Learned to Love; Offering; Crossroads; We Wanted More; Later; Sometimes, Silence; In Which I First Discovered; Encounter; Spider Season; Master; Wanting Not Wanting; Presage; Husband,; On a Photograph; Carrying On; It Did Not Happen as You'd Hoped; Unsettling; Lullaby; Hungry; Little Song; Clutch; Before and After; Afterlife; Hush; Revision; Ambition; Preface; Never Have; Coda
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These poems are suggested by themes and characters found in Grimm's Fairy Tales.

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Cover; Contents; Lullaby; Under the Roof; Each Day I Open the Door to Damage; DIrections; A New Mother Discovers Emptiness; Self Portrait as a Dam; The Flood; Mother Love; The Meow's the Thing-; Further Thoughts on Responsibility; Nose Tip,; Wheat Field with Crows; Tide Pools; Dear Daughter,; Sweet Seed, Sweet Poison; To the Artist's Child; Pre-Term; Child's Story; Because We Left the City; Units of Measure; Aubade; Abandon; Proposal; The Birth of Doubt; Advice to My Younger Self: Fall; Raveling Round the Lake; Dust Storm; We Cannot Sleep Alone; Verge; Child,

Epithalamium on a Theory of GravityThe Barnyard of It; Creator, I Try; Advice to My Younger Self: Winter; Dear Creation, I Confess,; Further Thoughts on Abandon; Two = Part Invention; Perfect Wife; Processional; How I Learned to Love; Offering; Crossroads; We Wanted More; Later; Sometimes, Silence; In Which I First Discovered; Encounter; Spider Season; Master; Wanting Not Wanting; Presage; Husband,; On a Photograph; Carrying On; It Did Not Happen as You'd Hoped; Unsettling; Lullaby; Hungry; Little Song; Clutch; Before and After; Afterlife; Hush; Revision; Ambition; Preface; Never Have; Coda

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Emily Pérez is the author of Backyard Migration Route and a recipient of grants and scholarships from the Artist Trust, Jack Straw Writers, Bread Loaf Writers' Workshop, Summer Literary Seminars, and Inprint, Houston. She is a member of the Community of Writers at Squaw Valley and her poems have appeared in journals including Crab Orchard Review , Calyx , Borderlands , and DIAGRAM . She teaches English in Denver, where she lives with her husband and sons.

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