Milk Teeth: Poems

Milk Teeth Poems Milk Teeth is a celebration of all that is new and much that is old A new mother sees the world afresh through the eyes of her child aware that her own childhood is trapped in videotape she revels in

  • Title: Milk Teeth: Poems
  • Author: Julieann Campbell
  • ISBN: 9781906271978
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Paperback
  • Milk Teeth is a celebration of all that is new and much that is old A new mother sees the world afresh through the eyes of her child, aware that her own childhood is trapped in videotape she revels in musty pages of the Derry Journal file room and rues the day the company phones arrived Online dating, text speak and dizzying space jumps this is life in the 21st CentMilk Teeth is a celebration of all that is new and much that is old A new mother sees the world afresh through the eyes of her child, aware that her own childhood is trapped in videotape she revels in musty pages of the Derry Journal file room and rues the day the company phones arrived Online dating, text speak and dizzying space jumps this is life in the 21st Century.A native of Derry, Milk Teeth is Julieann Campbell s first solo collection of poetry, and is infused by her love of place and people Delving into the depths of the human spirit, Campbell reminds us of the infinite power of memory and pays bold tribute to her home and family, to her city and its history, throughout the prism of their pasts and futures.Fused with a raw, bold emotion, Milk Teeth explores our yearning for familiarity while encountering change at every turn A stunning debut collection from one of Ireland s finest young poets illuminating, at times prompting, provoking, inspiring truly one to treasure Author Felicity McCall founder Derry Writers Group

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    1. I received this book as a giveaway. This is the author's first solo collection of poetry. I found it to be heavily nostalgic. Most of the poems are memories of family, friends and life in her hometown. I enjoyed the poems but did find most of them a bit brooding. It is a book worth reading.

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