Begin with the End in Mind

Begin with the End in Mind Residing On The Border Between Poetry And Prose, Emma Healey Masterfully Navigates The Tension And Balance Between The Two Forms Her Writing Examines The Animate Qualities Of Seemingly Inanimate Things And Explores Personal Relationships, Collective And Individual Human Experiences, As They Are Distilled Through Our Encounters With Such Things As The CBC, Chain Bookstores, The Contents Of A Kitchen, Or The Expanse Of A Whole City Begin With The End In Mind Tests The Capabilities Of The Prose Poemthe Specific Rhythmic, Lyrical, And Syntactic Possibilities Of The Form, And The Opportunities For Play, Renegotiating The More Traditionaltechnical Elements Of Lyric And Line That Are Afforded The Prose Poet Emma Healey on writing:

". . . you believe that when you and the work are doing the things you’re supposed to do right then if someone lifted the roof off your apartment and observed you from above you’d look not like the two of you putzing around in men’s boxers and eating cereal straight from the box like you actually are, but unalone, like two people who have actually defeated loneliness by the sheer force of your will and are therefore fluorescent.” from "Work Suite" favorite poems: Everything is Glass, Spring Line, Voting Season

some very predictable images and some surprises such as, "and the phrase I Live Alone is more slogan than statement of fact because really you live with concurrence" emma healey is a very good writer & i'm pretty sure we were in the same class in grade five

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EMMA HEALEY’s first book of poems, Begin with the End in Mind, was published by ARP Books in 2012. Her poems and essays have been featured in places like the Los Angeles Review of Books, the FADER, the Hairpin, Real Life, the National Post, the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, the Walrus, Toronto Life, and Canadian Art. She was poetry critic at the Globe and Mail (2014–2016) and is a

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    some very predictable images and some surprises such as, "and the phrase I Live Alone is more slogan than statement of fact because really you live with concurrence" emma healey is a very good writer & i'm pretty sure we were in the same class in grade five"/>
  • Paperback
  • 64 pages
  • Begin with the End in Mind
  • Emma Healey
  • English
  • 13 December 2017
  • 9781894037624

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