Mortal

  • Title: Mortal
  • Author: Ivy Alvarez
  • ISBN: 9780976443926
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mortal Poetry In her remarkable first collection Ivy Alvarez s MORTAL examines the relationship between Dee and Seph modern day reinventions of Demeter and Persephone and how the specter of breast cancer af
    Poetry In her remarkable first collection, Ivy Alvarez s MORTAL examines the relationship between Dee and Seph modern day reinventions of Demeter and Persephone and how the specter of breast cancer affects them Mortal spans years and personalities, giving voice to mother and daughter in poems that are both visceral they had to unzip me to let the cat out ofPoetry In her remarkable first collection, Ivy Alvarez s MORTAL examines the relationship between Dee and Seph modern day reinventions of Demeter and Persephone and how the specter of breast cancer affects them Mortal spans years and personalities, giving voice to mother and daughter in poems that are both visceral they had to unzip me to let the cat out of the bag blood bathed my belly and quietly elegant how do I hold you I wonder, as I m holding you.

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    About Ivy Alvarez


    1. Ivy Alvarez is the author of Disturbance Wales, UK Seren Books More about Disturbance here.Her poetry appears in anthologies, literary journals and new media worldwide and online Her first book is Mortal entry here.


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    1. Mortal by Ivy AlvarezReviewed by Stephen PageDemeter is the ancient Greek goddess of agriculture and fecundity. She is often depicted in artwork as carrying corn, shafts of wheat, or the horn of Cornucopia (or a combination). She governs harvestable food for the people and plant life for the earth. The myth goes something like this, depending which version of the myth you read: Demeter bears a daughter named Persephone. When Persephone is a young maiden, Hades, the Greek god of the underworld sp [...]

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    2. I could sit in her images! Love her work!

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