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in homage to Robert Kroetsch's The Sad Phoenician, this long poem reminisces about the exploits and romantic conquests of a woman who loved adverbs.
30 pages
Published March 1st 2008 by above/ground press
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tENTATIVELY, cONVENIENCE
As is usually the case w/ poetry bks, I refrain from giving this a rating. Earl intros this by writing:

"a response to The Sad Phoenician by Robert Kroetsch, Completed Field Notes, The University of Alberta Press, 2000

"italicized phrases are taken directly from the above long poem, which i loved and the rest is written in the spirit of the poem in the voice of a woman who developed a thing for adverbs"

I'm not familiar w/ the Kroetsch poem but it appears that he writes about women - Earl writes
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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