Migrants And Stowaways: An Anthology of Journeys by Emily DziubanMigrants And Stowaways: An Anthology of Journeys by Emily Dziuban

Migrants And Stowaways: An Anthology of Journeys

EditorEmily Dziuban, Kristin Robertson

Paperback | May 28, 2005

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The sixth anthology from the Knoxville Writers’ Guild, Migrants and Stowaways: An Anthology of Journeys is a collection of poetry, stories, essays, memoirs, and black and white photography exploring the theme of journeys. In the writing and photography, international settings such as Panama, Croatia, Japan, Italy, and India complement regional pieces that focus on Tennessee and the surrounding states.Among the sixty-seven pieces comprising the volume are Marilyn Kallet’s poetic homages to her Great Aunt Hedwig, a holocaust survivor; Jack Rentfro’s prose poem to capture the serendipity of island life; and Judy Loest’s “Eve, Leaving the Garden for Good, 1953,” which sets the traditional Garden of
Title:Migrants And Stowaways: An Anthology of JourneysFormat:PaperbackDimensions:9.04 × 6.2 × 0.7 inPublished:May 28, 2005Publisher:University of Tennessee PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0964317834

ISBN - 13:9780964317833

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