The Field Next to Love

To award-winning Canadian poet Marilyn Gear Pillling, the field of the familiar is next to the field of love, so close that she can’t at times tell them apart. In her exploration of these spaces and their relationship to one another, the poet touches on themes of childhood, family, mortality, bonds undiminished by time and separation, and adult love. Deeply rooted in one Canadian woman’s experience, this collection speaks to men and women alike about the questions that matter.

Poetry, Palm Poets Series, 96 pages, $17.95
ISBN 0-88753-364-7


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