New in new dust jacket. 71 p. Inhabiting a sibling's dark perspective and the memory of his own experience, Alan Hill investigates his relationship with his schitzophrenic brother and the effect on the family at large. These poems will surprise readers with some startling and intense images like "cigarettes at night/burning with the pur and atom slipping brightness/ of the first fires..."-Calvin Wharton Chair of the Creative Writing Dept. Douglas College. In this his second collection of poetry, Alan Hill again displays his unique talent with vivid imagery, deep empathy, and well crafted creativity as he exposes the raw edge of his emotion and humanity in a series of poems dealing with the family unit and the efect of mental illness within it. -Candice James, Poet Laureate New Westminster, BC and President Royal City Literary Arts Society
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