Drift (Paperback)

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Drift (Paperback)

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The poems in Drift range from Cape Cod to Arizona to the Yazidi refugee camps in Greece. In the tradition of writers like Mary Oliver, Lindemann is a generous, wise, and elegant guide to the physical and psychic landscapes she traverses. These are poems about reaching out and about letting go; like all good artists, she finds meaning-and often delight-in the murk of contradiction.


"Whether writing about the physical world or about human connections, Lindemann sees the extraordinary in the commonplace and the spiritual in the everyday. Drift is a satisfying, heart-warming collection to return to again and again."

-Milton Teichman, author of A Teacher of the Holocaust and Other Stories and co-editor of Truth and Lamentation: Stories and Poems on the Holocaust



"Drift, as a collection of 'recipes and questions for God, ' is a surviving citizen of a found world: a rough-hewn and familiar, ruminative world, alive with change and discovery. These are shoreline poems, gazing out into a reflective, reluctant sea."

-Rebecca Byrkit, author of Whoa




"In the tradition of writers like Mary Oliver, Lindemann is a generous, wise, and elegant guide to the physical and psychic landscapes she traverses. These are poems about reaching out and about letting go; like all good artists, she finds meaning-and often delight-in the murk of contradiction."

-Julia Felsenthal, culture journalist



Product Details ISBN: 9798985008029
Publisher: Sea Crow Press
Publication Date: April 7th, 2022
Pages: 70
Language: English