The Hottest Summer In Recorded History by Elizabeth Bachinsky

The Hottest Summer In Recorded History

byElizabeth Bachinsky

Paperback | March 15, 2013

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With her signature eye for irony and sensuality, Elizabeth Bachinsky's latest book of poetry, The Hottest Summer in Recorded History, balances a youthful playfulness with observational maturity. Bachinsky strings together seemingly non-sequitur images, capturing in these poems the commonality of raw intimacy, dark humour and a sense of immediacy. Her vision is unapologetically bold, finding the erotic in everyday moments and keenly capturing the complicated truths of life in a powerfully candid style.

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Elizabeth Bachinsky is the author of five collections of poetry: Curio (BookThug, 2005) Home of Sudden Service (Nightwood Editions, 2006), God of Missed Connections (Nightwood, 2009), I Don't Feel So Good (Bookthug, 2012), and, most recently, The Hottest Summer in Recorded History (Nightwood Editions, 2013). Her poetry has been adapted...
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Title:The Hottest Summer In Recorded HistoryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:80 pages, 8 × 5.5 × 0.2 inPublished:March 15, 2013Publisher:Nightwood EditionsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:088971276X

ISBN - 13:9780889712768

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Poet-readers cannibalize and gobble up bits of the poet...put on Bachinsky's eyes...See that poets are people you can only know once they're gone.
--Karin Moen, filling Station