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Rebecca Newth
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A Journey Whose Bones Are Mine

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The ability of the English language to be agile, to be dead-pan and to be be lively are all characteristics of this group of over fifty poems. This is Newth's second book. It is designed by Mary McArthur with a cover woodcut by Jacques Hnizdovsky and is a beautiful endeavor in all regards.
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Oct 11, 2008 David rated it it was amazing
I published this book! It still works - Rebecca is an under appreciated poet. Deserves to be read.
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Rebecca Newth Harrison is a writer working in Fayetteville (Washington County). Her literary corpus includes six books of poetry, a memoir, and a collection of children’s books. Newth is also the founder of Will Hall Books and an advocate for the arts in northwest Arkansas.

Rebecca Newth was born on September 21, 1940, in Lansing, Michigan, to William Arthur Newth and Catherine Messenger Newth. She
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