Terminal Colors : Selected Poems 1974-2005
Poetry. Poet, artist, and printer, Janet Rodney lives in New Mexico, where she manages Weaselsleeves Press. Her childhood was divided among the United States, Europe, and Taiwan. She worked as an interpreter, editor, and translator in Spain for fifteen years. She is the author of many chapbooks and books, the most recent of which is MOON ON AN OARBLADE ROWING. TERMINAL COLORS brings together representative works from thirty years. "Central New Mexico where a sea once lay, giant mesas whales moved along, caught today in sundrenched sandstone. The slow time of whales, soft snow falling on rock"--from "The Palace of Dreams 2. "Tonight the air is still, /sound of rain / when none is falling. / Ants in long chains travelling toward the forbidden"--from "Bardo of the Threshold".
- Paperback | 109 pages
- 147.3 x 226.1 x 7.6mm | 113.4g
- 01 Jan 2006
- Talisman House, Publishers