In a chronicle of mourning and survival, Ali Liebegott wallows in loneliness and overassigns meaning to everyday circumstance, clinging to an aging dog and obsessing over dead birds. But these unpretentious vignettes are laced with compassion, as she learns to balance the sting of death with the tender strangeness of life. ...
|Title||:||The Summer of Dead Birds|
|Number of Pages||:||104 pages|
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Beautiful & heartbreaking. Need to read more of her work.
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I impulse-purchased this book after seeing it on Feminist Press’ Instagram channel. I’ve never disliked anything they published, and it looked beautiful, so I bought it. A+ DECISION, DEEDI. The Summer of Dead Birds was a heartbreakingly beautiful story told in poems that I will surely lend to many people and read several times over.
Ali Liebegott hits the nail on the head with this collection’s themes of grief, loss, fear, and love. Each poem ...more
A very easy, quick read that you will not want to put down. Beautifully written to the point of tears...numerous times. Planning on buying more copies for future gifts. My first five star review of 2019. Thank you Ali Liebegott.