Glitter road

[poems]
January Gill O'Neil
poems - 2024

"Glitter Road reflects on the end of a marriage, loss, and a new relationship against the backdrop of a Mississippi season. She explores the history and legacy of Emmett Till, how his story is braided with hers, and how race binds us all together. These poems reclaim the vulnerable, intimate parts of a life in transition and celebrate womanhood through awakenings, landscapes, meanders, and possibilities. She declares, "I am done telling the kinder story. I am a myth of my own making."" --

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: O'Neil, January Gill, 1969- (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Fort Lee, New Jersey : CavanKerry Press, 2024.
Edition:First Edition.
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