Navigate, Amelia Earhart's Letters Home

  • Title: Navigate, Amelia Earhart's Letters Home
  • Author: Rebecca Loudon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 395
  • Format: chapbook
  • Navigate Amelia Earhart s Letters Home Acutely sensual startlingly agonizing these poems reveal an individual likeable but idiosyncratic and aching with a desire for freedom even at the cost of life itself Jeannine Hall Gailey at Galate
    Acutely sensual, startlingly agonizing, these poems reveal an individual, likeable but idiosyncratic and aching with a desire for freedom even at the cost of life itself Jeannine Hall Gailey at Galatea ResurrectionWritten in a fever, Navigate, Amelia Earhart s Letters Home will make you cry and spin Read it in one sitting walking the wing , then again Don t forget t Acutely sensual, startlingly agonizing, these poems reveal an individual, likeable but idiosyncratic and aching with a desire for freedom even at the cost of life itself Jeannine Hall Gailey at Galatea ResurrectionWritten in a fever, Navigate, Amelia Earhart s Letters Home will make you cry and spin Read it in one sitting walking the wing , then again Don t forget to breathe Kate Greenstreet Loudon who is no stranger to all things aeronautical, having worked for many years on Boeing jetliners virtually inhabits the mind and soul of Amelia Earhart, in the days after her plane crashes at sea, or perhaps washes ashore on a deserted tropical island Peter Pereira

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    1. I fell into this book, not expecting to fall in love with it, and didn't emerge for hours. There's no parachute, no bungee cord, to stop the reader's headfirst dive into Loudon's language. It's well worth the plunge--this is a fierce and fantastic art. I recommend (highly) Loudon's Radish King, as well.

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