The Dear Dance of Eros ebook
by Mary Mackey
Start by marking The Dear Dance of Eros as Want to Read . New York Times" bestselling author Mary Mackey's published works include 13 novels, and 7 books of poetry including "Sugar Zone" which won the 2012 PEN Oakland Award for Literary Excellence.
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Mackey has said that many of her poems are inspired by the extremely high fevers she has experienced on. .The Dear Dance of Eros, Seattle WA: Fjord Press (1987). Breaking The Fever, New York, NY: Marsh Hawk Press (2006).
In 2014 Marsh Hawk published a. new collection of Mackey's poetry Travelers With No Ticket Homeabout which The Huffington Post said: "It is difficult to resist the temptation to compare Mary Mackey to Elizabeth Bishop.
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Mary Mackey is the bestselling author of fourteen novels and eight collections of poetry. She loves theater and dance and has written novels about three generations of women involved in ballet ("A Grand Passion") and three generations of women involved in the German theater during the rise of Hitler ("The Kindness of Strangers,"). Two of her novels have dealt with women who fought in the American Civil War ("The Notorious Mrs. Winston" and "The Widow's War").
The Notorious Mrs. Winston, New York, NY: Berkley Books (2007). The Widow’s War, New York, NY: Berkley Books (2009). Sugar Zone, New York, NY: Marsh Hawk Press (2011).
1. Dear Dance of Eros. Published by Fjord Press. ISBN 10: 0940242176 ISBN 13: 9780940242173.
Her published works include six collections of poetry (Split Ends, One Night Stand, Skin Deep, The Dear Dance of Eros, Breaking the Fever and Sugar Zone-published by Marsh Hawk Press in 2011); Immersion- the first feminist novel published by a Second Wave Feminist Press-and a twelve other novels, including New York Times bestseller A Grand.
Find nearly any book by Mary Mackey. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780553266580 (978-0-553-26658-0) Softcover, Bantam, 1987.