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The Ancient Murrelet #2020

The Ancient Murrelet By KeithTaylor The Ancient Murrelet In this poetry chapbook Keith Taylor explores the meaning of home and the challenges of being separated from it Nostalgia is not sentimentality but the sickness that comes from longing for home Keith
  • Title: The Ancient Murrelet
  • Author: KeithTaylor
  • ISBN: 9781935770084
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Ancient Murrelet By KeithTaylor In this poetry chapbook Keith Taylor explores the meaning of home and the challenges of being separated from it Nostalgia is not sentimentality, but the sickness that comes from longing for home Keith draws on his travels in younger days through Europe and Asia, the people he would meet, and connects them to where he lives now, to Michigan, its wildlife and the cyclesIn this poetry chapbook Keith Taylor explores the meaning of home and the challenges of being separated from it Nostalgia is not sentimentality, but the sickness that comes from longing for home Keith draws on his travels in younger days through Europe and Asia, the people he would meet, and connects them to where he lives now, to Michigan, its wildlife and the cycles of nature The Ancient Murrelet is a bird not commonly found in these parts, but can sometimes get blown far from its home.
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    About "KeithTaylor"

    1. KeithTaylor

      Keith Taylor is a Canadian poet, translator and professor.Born in British Columbia, Taylor spent his childhood in Alberta and Indiana After earning an M.A in English from Central Michigan University, he worked a variety of odd jobs the co host of a radio talk show, a house painter, a freight handler, a teacher, a freelance writer He also worked at Shaman Drum, a leading independent bookstore, for twenty years He currently lives in Ann Arbor with his wife and daughter and is a professor in the creative writing program at University of Michigan.His poems have appeared in many journals, including The Ann Arbor Observer, The Chicago Tribune, The Detroit Free Press, The Los Angeles Times, Michigan Quarterly Review, The Notre Dame Review, Poetry Ireland Review, and The Sunday Telegraph Magazine London Taylor is the recipient of, among other awards, a fellowship in poetry from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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