Dec. 16 – Tania Runyan – What Will Soon… [Advent Calendar]

The Englewood Review of Books
Best Books of 2017
Advent Calendar
December 16

 

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Take Place:
Poems

Tania Runyan

 
Paperback: Paraclete Press, 2017
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“It is upon this hope that these poems are focused—on the hope expressed in the most ordinary life as well as the thin and clinging hope in desolation. In these poems you will find fear and trepidation, grandeur, failure and folly, and the hope that infuses it all. They speak of everything from a relationship with nature to wondering how a victim of abuse will find a way to trust in the hope of a loving God returning to earth to save her from her abuser.”

  • from our review by Michelle Wilbert,
    in our Advent 2017 magazine issue
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