1 edition of Pelvis with distance found in the catalog.
Pelvis with distance
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Biography in poems, Self-portrait by proxy|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||2014947459|
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In PELVIS WITH DISTANCE we see the thematically-linked poetry sequence brought to completion and operating at its finest: a blend of the personal (the poet's own life and imagination) and the historical (from the perspective of Georgia O'Keeffe and her NYC-based lover) that culminates in a sequence of poems that do as much to magnify the self as they do to question and compress it.5/5(7).
Jessica Jacobs is the author of Pelvis with Distance (White Pine Press), winner of the New Mexico Book Award in Poetry, an Over the Rainbow selection by the American Library Association, and a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award and Julie Suk Award/5.
Pelvis with Distance In the Canyon VIII (False Starts) Sent Early s Pedernal, Sent Ap a.m. J Sent J IV. A Black Bird with Snow-Covered Red Hills The White Place in Shadow In the Canyon IX (Loneliness) In the Patio IV (Black Door) Sent August 4, In the Patio VIII (Green Door) 96Pages: Pelvis with Distance is a beautifully-written book, full of sharply-rendered images and the wisdom of lived experience.
Throughout, Jacobs raises compelling questions, shedding light on both the tenuousness and the tenacity of human connections.” —Alix Anne Shaw, Los Angeles Review. Georgia O'Keeffe inspires a lot of people, yours truly included, which made this book that much more meaningful to me.
Jessica masterfully weaves her experiences with those of O'Keeffe's in a wonderful collection in Pelvis with Distance. I could not put it down and loved every moment of this journey.5/5. A biography-in-poems of Georgia O'Keeffe, interwoven with the poet's lyric accounts of a solitary month in a primitive desert cabin.
A narrative-driven collection that reads like a novel, this book delves into issues of creativity, feminism, and relationships, while exploring turn-of-the last century New York City and the New Mexico high desert of the s and : Jessica Jacobs.
Pelvis with Distance (Paperback) By Jessica Jacobs. White Pine Press (NY),pp. Publication Date: Ma Pelvis with Distance (Paperback) By Jessica Jacobs. $ Not currently on our shelves, but available in days. this book delves into issues of creativity, feminism, and relationships, while exploring turn-of-the last century New York City and the New Mexico high desert of the s and today.
Jessica Jacobs is the author of Pelvis with Distance (White Pine Press), winner of the New Mexico Book Award in Poetry, an Over the Rainbow selection by the American Library Association, and a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award and Julie Suk Award.
Her chapbook In Whatever Light is Left to Us is forthcoming from Sibling Rivalry Press/5. Her dazzling debut collection, Pelvis with Distance, epitomizes both what is possible and what is desirable in not one but five distinct poetic forms: the confessional poem, the persona poem, the nature poem, the epistolary poem, and the ekphrastic poem.
In other words, no matter who you are, you will not want for anything in this book. In Pelvis with Distance O’Keeffe juxtaposed an enormous skeletal form rising majestically from the flat foreground with a mountain range lying low on the horizon.
The radical manipulation of scale and perspective, and the strong but elegant contours of the bone, exemplify O’Keeffe’s genius for capturing the essential forms of nature. Though at times unsurprising, Pelvis with Distance is a beautifully-written book, full of sharply-rendered images and the wisdom of lived experience.
Throughout, Jacobs raises compelling questions, shedding light on both the tenuousness and the tenacity of human connections. Excerpt from “MAY 6, ”. Pelvis With Distance. Included in that crate of books was God Is A Verb by Rabbi David Cooper, a gift from her father that she reads yearly, and, along with her isolation in the cabin, influenced her writing of the “In The Canyon” series in Pelvis With Distance.
Book Title, Press, Year of Publication: Pelvis with Distance, White Pine Press, Synopsis: A biography-in-poems of the artist Georgia O’Keeffe, interwoven with prose poems about the solitary month spent by the author in New Mexico’s high desert while writing this book.
What do you think makes your book (or any book) a “project book”. For me, project books fall into two distinct. "A biography-in-poems of Georgia O'Keeffe, interwoven with the poet's lyric accounts of a solitary month in a primitive desert cabin.
A narrative-driven collection that reads like a novel, this book delves into issues of creativity, feminism, and relationships, while exploring turn-of-the last century New York City and the New Mexico high desert of the s and today" Open book pelvic injuries are most often the result of high-energy trauma and are associated with significant morbidity and mortality due to associated vascular injuries.
Pathology. Open book pelvic injuries result from an anteroposterior compression injury to the pelvis and result in a combination of ligamentous rupture and/or fractures to both the anterior and posterior arches 5.
The pelvic girdle (hip girdle) is formed by a single bone, the hip bone or coxal bone (coxal = “hip”), which serves as the attachment point for each lower limb. Each hip bone, in turn, is firmly joined to the axial skeleton via its attachment to the sacrum of the vertebral column.
The right and left hip bones also converge anteriorly to attach to each other. Poets & Writers lists readings, workshops, and other literary events held in cities across the country. Whether you are an author on book tour or the curator of a reading series, the Literary Events Calendar can help you find your audience.
More. Rib-Pelvis Distance UFGATEP Loading Unsubscribe from UFGATEP. Stacking your rib cage over your pelvis - Duration: Core Fitness for Moms 1, views. Pelvis with the Distance, by Georgia O'Keeffe Click Image to view detail. Although the American artist Georgia O'Keeffe was not a Surrealist and did not belong to a group, there are aspects of her work that lend themselves to its aesthetic, O'Keeffe belonged to a loose collective of artists known as 'Precisionists' that flourished in.
Jessica Jacobs is the author of Take Me with You, Wherever You’re Going, published by Four Way Books, was named one of Library Journal‘s Best Poetry Books of Her debut collection, Pelvis with Distance, won the New Mexico Book Award in Poetry, was an Over the Rainbow selection by the American Library Association, and was a finalist for the Lambda Literary and Julie Suk Awards.
The human pelvis is a group of bones fused together and functions to join the axial skeleton (bones of the head, neck, and vertebrae) to the lower appendicular skeleton. The axial skeleton joining the pelvis is the spinal column, specifically, the lumbar spine and the bones of the coccyx.
The appendicular skeletal bones the pelvis joins are the two femurs. The main function of the pelvis is Author: Anna M. Wobser, Randy W. Wobser. One leading sign of the presence of osteoporosis in your client is the distance between the rib and pelvis.
I was recently contacted by a MelioGuide Building Better Bones student to provide more clarity about rib to pelvis distance as a clinical indicator of osteoporosis. Postmenopausal Osteoporosis Symptoms.