By Esther G. Belin
In this long-anticipated assortment, Belin daringly maps the poetics of womanhood, the physique, establishment, relations, and love. Depicting the private and the political, Of Cartography is an exploration of identification via language. With poems starting from prose to typographic and linguistic illustrations, this particular assortment pushes the limits of conventional poetic form.
Marking territory and place in response to the Diné cardinal issues, Of Cartography calls for a lot from the reader, supplies desiring to abstraction, and demonstrates the demanding situations of id politics.
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