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Tartessos and Other Cities

by Claire Millikin 2Leaf Press
Pub Date:
04/2016
ISBN:
9781940939421
Format:
Pbk 126 pages
Price:
AU$32.99 NZ$34.77
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TARTESSOS AND OTHER CITIES is Claire Millikin's second book of poetry with 2Leaf Press that continues to explore homelessness. In this collection, Millikin uses the sensitivity of poetry to express some of the emotions surrounded by homelessness and loss. Named for Tartessos, a lost city on the Guadalquivir, a river in Andalusia, Spain that was likely buried by a devastating tidal wave in BC, the poems in TARTESSSOS gather lost cities and places that were not myths, but were once real. Throughout the collection, Millikin addresses questions such as, What happened to home and Where do I come from? that examines American geographies of loss, with the poems serving as archeological elements that persist against these losses. From New York City to Muscogee Country, Georgia, from New Haven, to the Haw River, TARTESSOS charts a map of disappearances and resistances to vanishing that make up part of the ghostly American landscape. In the end, Millikin leads readers to discover that home is not just the place where you happen to live, it is the place where you become yourself.
CLAIRE MILLIKIN's poetry has appeared in numerous literary journals and magazines, and she is the author of the chapbook THE GLEANERS (2013), and her poetry collections, MUSEUM OF SNOW (2013), AFTER HOUSES (2014), and MOTELS WHERE WE LIVED (2014). She received her BA in philosophy from Yale University, MFA in poetry from New York University, and PhD in English literature from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. She currently teaches art history and sociology, as a lecturer at the University of Virginia. www.claireraymond.org.