2001 Published Books
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The following five of Exile’s seventeen 2001 books can be purchased directly from us.
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TRAVELS Picas Series No. 35 - Yehuda Amichai
Bilingual Edition Hebrew and English

"Yehuda Amichai’s poetry is about love, family and war; it is centered in his own being and his people’s history. He writes in a language that is both modern and ancient, both secular and religious. The Bible, Jewish history and his own life are part of the form and substance of his poetry as surely as new and old Jerusalem and the City of David are made of the same stone. Joy is a recurring theme. Through his art Amichai abundantly provides for human need as few authors can. We trust him with our spirit." –Stanley Moss

Yehudai Amichai (1924-2000) is one of the major poets of our time.

Poetry; 4.25x7 142 pages: ISBN 1-55096-522-0

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TOO MANY POPES Picas Series No. 37 - Alexandre Amprimoz

Alexandre Amprimoz is a distinctive voice, a unique voice, a teller of short tales unlike any other in his country. Wild flights of surrealistic vision are rooted in a sometimes grim reality, a sometimes whimsical abandon. The wry, amazed eye of a pilgrim boy grown to manhood holds these tales together, a boy who was born old and a mas who became young.

Fiction; 4.25x7 122 pages: ISBN 1-55096-528-X

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THE SLEEPING LADY • Picas Series No. 39 - Joe Rosenblatt

The snake’s undulations dazzle lunatic man as he fumbles at love’s door. The worm in his eye is woman shedding her several skins. The worm on his thigh is how love begins. Man, slinking through the cankered garden, fleeing God’s despair and the pestilential crowd of sobriety, craves her flesh, her diamond-pointed see-through skin in spirals. He sings his epithalamion – he is hers in dreams and bondage, following the umbilical cord back to the oval opening, lost among apples and Evangels, submerged in felicity and labial fire, risking hitmen in rubber suits and the nitro-bottled future – all for a glimpse of his olivaceous lover, sweet meats and incandescence, and a split tear. Love poems in the bloomed night, unzippered eels in the dust.
Joe Rosenblatt is a prolific and innovative poet, a self-confessed misanthrope and surrealist who, in this volume, has stepped into the straitjacket of the sonnet. He has won the Governor General’s Award for poetry.

Poetry; 4.25x7 94 pages: ISBN 1-55096-535-2

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ON THE ROAD NO MORE Picas Series No. 41 - Jacques Brault
Translated by David Sobelman

On the Road no More is a unique poetic meditation –the vagabond pilgrim, the poet himself– on an intense voyage. These singular sequences set on a dark road to the mystical are a stunning selection of the work of this Quebec poet.
One of the most important poets writting today in Québec, Jacques Brault is also a novelist, dramatist, and essayist. He has received the major awards that Canada and Québec have to give for poetry and letters.

Poetry; 4.25x7 94 pages: ISBN 1-55096-622-7

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THROUGH THE EYES OF A CAT Picas Series No. 43 - Seán Virgo

As he explained in his 1982 introduction to Through the Eyes of a Cat, Seán Virgo believed he was putting a troubled Irish heritage to rest. But there were other ghosts yet to exorcise. This reprint includes two more stories, "The Scream" and "Dusty Bluebells", which redefine the collection as a chornicle of "dragonridden" days from the Age of the Saints to the turn of the 21st. century.
Seán Virgo, included in Best American Short Stories, has won the CBC, BBC, and National Magazine awards for short fiction.

Fiction; 4.25x7 152 pages: ISBN 1-55096-620-0

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