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Publisher Description

In her third collection of poetry, Heather Taylor Johnson celebrates the liminal spaces between two cultures – the neither here nor there, the neither in nor out. It is indeed a world where ‘Home is a relative term’.

Thirsting for Lemonade is an affirmation of the migrant’s acceptance of never-quite-belonging, and still it is her attempt to forge new paths in foreign, and remembered, territory, where past is always present.

These poems recall the many things which get us home – photographs, a common cereal, a record album, a fooseball table. This latest collection is a celebration of ‘the things that are especially good / because they cannot last.’

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2013
May 28
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
76
Pages
PUBLISHER
IP (Interactive Publications Pty Ltd)
SELLER
Interactive Publications Pty Ltd
SIZE
399.2
KB

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