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The Woman Who Went to the Moon: Poems of Igloolik Paperback – Jun 14 2017


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  • Paperback: 60 pages
  • Publisher: Inanna Poetry & Fiction Series (June 14 2017)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1771333855
  • ISBN-13: 978-1771333856
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 0.6 x 18.4 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 90.7 g
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,839,462 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"In the Introduction to this deeply felt and deeply perceptive book, Rosemary Clewes writes: "It is for these people--for whom body, soul, and naming are not divisible that I tell my story to you in poems." Her sentence touches on the three central elements of The Woman Who Went to the Moon: the story of her visit to a place, the people who inhabit that place, and the luminous poetry that conveys the experience. Like the "woman shaman" she invokes, Clewes summons up with deft verbal magic the land and culture of the Innu, pulling her reader into the splendors and the sorrows of the Great Dark with poetic lines as incisive as the "pencilled light" of moonbeam that frames the fishing hut of "Close Up."
--John Reibetanz

"From an experienced Arctic traveller and accomplished poet these are love poems--tender, sensual, ecstatic--to the land and the people of Canada's North, a world plunged in winter into a profound darkness alleviated only by the diurnal moon. These are also exquisite poems of sorrow in the face of all that threatens Canada's North--its inhabitants and its environment. A must read for all those who care."
--Ruth Roach Pierson

About the Author

Rosemary Clewes is a poet, nonfiction writer, photographer and artist. After many rich years as a social worker, a horsewoman, pianist, painter and printmaker, she settled for writing and poetry. Her extensive northern travel, forming a body of work in both poetry and prose, includes Once Houses Could Fly: Kayaking North of 79 Degrees (2012), and Thule Explorer: Kayaking North of 77 Degrees (2008). A crown of sonnets, also entitled "Thule Explorer" was nominated by The Malahat Review for the National Magazine Awards in 2006. In 2006, she was also a finalist in the CBC Literary Awards for the suite entitled, "Where Lemon Trees Bloom In Winter: Sojourn in Sicily." A chapbook entitled Islands North and South is forthcoming. She has been published most recently in Arc Poetry Magazine, Descant Magazine, Queen's Quarterly, The Dalhousie Review, Grain Magazine and The Fiddlehead. Living on the cusp of her personal frontiers is a recurring theme, and in prose and poetry she conducts a conversation with the land, seeking to understand her place in the larger order, and in the power and fragility of nature. She has rafted and kayaked some of the great rivers and fjords in western Canada and the Eastern Arctic. She lives in Toronto.


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