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Anthology of Motherhood

Book / Poetry Collection


Anthology of Motherhood

by Ikhda Ayuning Maharsi Degoul

Format: Paperback, English
96 page(s)
ISBN/ISBN13: /978-0-9574596-7-0
Published Feb 27, 2014 by The Emma Press

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The Emma Press Anthology of Motherhood is a beautiful collection of poems about motherhood. Thirty-two poets from around the world consider motherhood from a variety of perspectives, writing sensitively as and about children and mothers, expectant mothers, and women contemplating motherhood. The collection as a whole celebrates mothers as well as (or, possibly, by) acknowledging the strain and complexity of feelings associated with the state of motherhood.

Edited by Rachel Piercey (Newdigate Prize, 2008) and Emma Wright, with poems from Deborah Alma, Stephanie Arsoska, Liz Berry, Sara Boyes, Carole Bromley, Laura Chalar, George David Clark, Flora de Falbe, Kate Garrett, Hilary Gilmore, Melinda Kallasmae, David Kennedy, Anna Kirk, Anna Kisby, Peter LaBerge, Eve Lacey, Anna Leader, Marena Lear, Katherine Lockton, Rachel Long, Julie Maclean, Ikhda Ayuning Maharsi, Kathryn Maris, Richard O’Brien, Rachel Piercey, Clare Pollard, Jacqueline Saphra, Kathryn Simmonds, Lavinia Singer, Catherine Smith, Camellia Stafford and Megan Watkins.



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