Arab on Radar

Angele Ellis

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Arab on Radar

Arab on Radar By Angele Ellis Arab on Radar Poetry ARAB ON RADAR is Angele Ellis first book of poetry She was a prizewinner in the RAWI Competition for Creative Prose for Desert Storms an excerpt of a novel in progress ARAB ON RADAR was w

  • Title: Arab on Radar
  • Author: Angele Ellis
  • ISBN: 9780978296148
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback
  • Arab on Radar By Angele Ellis Poetry ARAB ON RADAR is Angele Ellis first book of poetry She was a prizewinner in the 2007 RAWI Competition for Creative Prose for Desert Storms, an excerpt of a novel in progress ARAB ON RADAR was written in response to a post 9 11 world This first book of poetry reclaims the author s Arab American identity, and reaffirms the power of imagination in the wake of poPoetry ARAB ON RADAR is Angele Ellis first book of poetry She was a prizewinner in the 2007 RAWI Competition for Creative Prose for Desert Storms, an excerpt of a novel in progress ARAB ON RADAR was written in response to a post 9 11 world This first book of poetry reclaims the author s Arab American identity, and reaffirms the power of imagination in the wake of political and personal crisis Her poetry has been published in Mizna and Pittsburgh City Paper, and is forthcoming in Grasslimb and Voices from the Attic, Volume XIV The Carlow University Press Angele also is co author of the diversity workbook Dealing With Differences Corwin Press Angele Ellis has been named as a recipient of a 2008 Individual Creative Artist Fellowship by the Pennsylvania Arts Council.
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    1. Angele on said:

      What I learned from writing this book is to value the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings as Wordsworth called poetry as well as to shape and channel the overflow Family, history, politics, madness, and lost love are common themes, not only in the sense of being ordinary, but in the sense of springing from a common past To write a poem that speaks to another person across space and time is like the best sort of conversation, in which one experiences flashes of revelation about oneself, the [...]

    2. Kelly Lynn Thomas on said:

      Ellis shows that the Arab experience in America was rotten long before 9 11 in a tone that is revelatory than chastising Survivalist rather than vindictive.All the poems in this collection are solid, but my favorite was Through the Looking Glass for the lines Living backwards made us giddy It is only now that memory works both ways Which of us dreamed it those from the country of nights five times as warm as cold or those who turned away and woke

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