Things I Say to Pirates on Nights When I Miss You #2020

Things I Say to Pirates on Nights When I Miss You By Keely Hyslop Things I Say to Pirates on Nights When I Miss You Poetry LGBT Studies In both the historical and popular imagination of outlaw culture the pirate occupies a central place as a swashbuckling rogue seafarer driven by banditry and greed for treasures
  • Title: Things I Say to Pirates on Nights When I Miss You
  • Author: Keely Hyslop
  • ISBN: 9781889292526
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Paperback
  • Things I Say to Pirates on Nights When I Miss You By Keely Hyslop Poetry LGBT Studies In both the historical and popular imagination of outlaw culture, the pirate occupies a central place as a swashbuckling, rogue seafarer driven by banditry and greed for treasures In our literature and movies, he comes to us as skull laden, eye patched with gaudy earrings, a curved sword, in a ruffled, puffed sleeve shirt Out of the marginal spacePoetry LGBT Studies In both the historical and popular imagination of outlaw culture, the pirate occupies a central place as a swashbuckling, rogue seafarer driven by banditry and greed for treasures In our literature and movies, he comes to us as skull laden, eye patched with gaudy earrings, a curved sword, in a ruffled, puffed sleeve shirt Out of the marginal space between ocean and sky, out of the stack of history books, Keely Hyslop rescues Pirate Anne Bonny as female warrior and instigator of this robust collection of poems Like her muse, the speaker in these poems is ferocious, eccentric, wild, and uncontained And yet, in these poems, one encounters a measured yet nourishing and questing intelligence in love with language and song This is the book we ve been waiting for featuring a woman not afraid of the adventures of the mind nor the open seas of the heart Major Jackson
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    About "Keely Hyslop"

    1. Keely Hyslop

      Keely Hyslop was born in California s San Joaquin Valley She left the asparagus fields and Tule fog to study at University of California, San Diego and then left the naval bases and sunny beaches to return to Northern California to get her MFA at San Francisco State University Her publications include 400 Words, sPARKLE bLINK, Forth Magazine, Poecology, Weave Magazine, Conversations at the Wartime Cafe, and others.

    831 thoughts on “Things I Say to Pirates on Nights When I Miss You”

    1. A exemplary first book On one level, the author examines expressions of gender difference in its many guises, and, like her muse and confidant, the pirate Anne Bonny, in the eighteenth century, challenges engrained attitudes on her own terms She does so with grace On another level, this is a story of love and acceptance like no other I have read.



    2. This collection of poems was fantastic It embraces both the personal and the universal quests to understand what it means to be who you are In much poetry there is a disconnect between the poet and the poems, but Hyslop s poetry seems to almost have been torn out from her very heart and soul The effect is a collection of poems that feel deeply personal, offering the reader the uncomfortable experience of being a voyeur, looking through a keyhole It is the best kind of poetry Received the book fo [...]


    3. Alice and Transition Period are fantastic The entire book left me feeling stronger I love the creativity of reaching into the past into the dark souls of Anne Bonny and Mary Read In particular Anne Bonny Meditates Upon God s Law was an interesting explanation for the pirate to have chosen her unconventional path in life Well played, Ms Hyslop I ll be watching for future work.


    4. This is an perfect compilation of pieces that, together, through Ms Hyslop, tell the honest tale of strong women pirates, plundering, murder, coming into your own, love and desire It was an unexpected journey, with leaps and bounds, in which I became s pirate and loved it.


    5. sorry, just the open seas of the heart makes me die a little on the inside just east of the liver whatever that area is if that is the soul area, that is what died when i read the description.




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