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What would it take to be home in one's body, to walk around the world as oneself, knowing the pain within and without us?
Jan Beatty boldly answers that question by making a fire map of the body.
These roiling poems smack into walls of meditation, only to slide down the smooth concrete into the flatline of joy.
These are vital poems of dimension, of both psychic and literal travel, of the elasticity of truth and struggle, of the daily nature of desire that brings us to our knees - then shotguns us back to the heart's center.
New Books at the John C. Hitt Library
This guide identifies a selection of books recently added to the collection and currently on view in the new wing of the John C. Hitt Library.
Highlighting up to 3,000 of the most interesting new books for browsing in person, the New Books Display is the set of curvy, white shelves near the Student Union entrance of the library, adjacent to the Circulation desk. These books are displayed for a short period of time before being stored in the Automated Retrieval Center (ARC).
Check this guide weekly for new additions and monthly for the Featured New Book found at the bottom of this page.
To use this guide:
Select "Browse All New Books" below.
To check availability, click the title link to access the online catalog record.
Click "more info @ Google" to explore even further.
New Books can be checked out for the usual period of time. Just take your selection to the circulation desk and we'll do the rest. Happy reading!