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Eleanor of Acquitaine is lost and wandering in the present day, musing about Henry and Louis, her children, being locked up in a castle, the Crusades and beer.
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Published August 1st 2007 by above/ground press
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Amanda Earl & I befriended each other here on GoodReads & we traded bks: I sent her a copy of my "footnotes" & she sent me 6 chapbks & a broadsheet. The mere fact that she wd trade (not everyone on GoodReads will) predisposed me to liking her.

I probably tried to organize her work chronologically so that I cd read it that way. As such, this work, from 2007, was the 1st one I read. If I were writing this review in a different context I'd probably review all that I rc'vd in one
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I discovered Earl's chapbook in an envelope filled with chapbooks and broadsides in a mail-out from rob mclennan out of Ottawa. Receiving such a pile of texts can be daunting; difficult to know how to handle so much. derek beaulieu, who like mclennan, publishes others constantly, has a great system: he has files for friends and students and publications that don't necessarily speak to him are quickly passed on to someone who
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Amanda Earl is a troublemaker who haunts the streets & watering holes of Ottawa for inspiration. She is the author of the poetry book Kiki (Chaudiere Books, 2014), the erotic novel A World of Yes (DevilHouse, 2015) and the smut collection Coming Together Presents Amanda Earl (Coming Together, 2014). Her most recent chapbooks, Queen Christina, came out with Ghost City Press , and "I owe Saint ...more
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