To Touch the Water

Ehrlich, Gretel

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Place Published: Boise
Publisher: Ahsahta Press / Boise State University
Date Published: 1981
Edition: First edition
Binding: Paperback
ISBN: 0916272168
Book Id: 25169


46pp. Octavo [21.5 cm] Green printed wraps. Very good. The spine and surrounding areas are heavily faded.


Author's scarce second book. "At the time To Touch the Water was published, Gretel Ehrlich was a filmmaker, essayist, editor, cow- and sheepherder, part of both the West and New York, as well as a poet. The poems here speak deeply of personal experience. They are portraits of the people who have pressed their lives on hers; strong open images of the landscapes that are the West, complete with storms, drought, sun and wind; love poems as large and grainy as the landscapes. Death is never far away. Although her poems are personal in detail, they speak to all about the truths love and life hold." - Ahsahta Press

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