At once subtle, luxurious, inquisitive, and philosophic, Margo Fuchs-Knill offers her poetry and thoughts on the makings of poetics in these writings—all in her distinctive Swiss-American pitch. Her poetic voice weaves its singsong way through topics as wide-ranging as nature, political views, imagination, spiritual musings, and love. The work's strongest thematic thread is on the nature of time and how people choose to live in it, through it, and despite it. Also explored is her philosophical take on the how and why of poetry, answering such questions as: Is poetry peaceful? and Is the writing of poetry an act of peace?
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Margo Fuchs-Knill is the dean of the Masters program, Division of Expressive Arts Therapy at the European Graduate School in Switzerland. She is the author of Season-ing Life and a regular contributor to POIESIS: A Journal of the Arts & Communication.Review:
Fuchs-Knill calls us to... shatter the glass of ordinary perception so as to see the world more clearly. --Sally Atkins, Poet, Professor of Human Development & Psychological Counseling, Appalachian State University, North Carolina
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