Green and Burning – Poetry
Author Name: Kathleen McCoy
Book Title: Green and Burning
Book Synopsis: The poems in Green and Burning delve deeply into “The female body, the mind and mortality of man, the unnamable-but-named God . . . but she never presumes to know all the answers” (Nancy White). This book takes a feminist approach to matters of science and spirit, home and history, to consider the greenness and burning inherent in all things. Her work has been compared to that of Seamus Heaney and T.S. Eliot.
Author Bio: Kathleen McCoy grew up on a farm with her parents and twin sister in the Appalachian foothills of southeastern Ohio. While working multiple jobs including factory assembler and legal assistant, she completed a doctorate in modern literature from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She teaches creative writing at a SUNY college in upstate New York where she lives with her husband, daughter, and the cats that own them.
Publisher Name: Word Tech Communications