Heart Berries : A Memoir
by Terese Marie Mailhot, Sherman Alexie, Joan Naviyuk Kane
Editor: INGRAM PUBLISHER SERVICES US
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Urgent, provocative new memory written by a First Nations woman; narrative style is non-linear, written as a lyric, prose poem, with echoes of style in recent works such as Maggie Nelson Les Argonautes Cœur des Baies pushes the boundaries of form, using narrative as a means to reveal how the functions of memory or fragments (like a mix between memory and memory)The praise of Librarians and Booksellers “Some books need us more than we need themOthers, rare, are the gifts that the restoration of power to the tongue, deal with trauma with will and craftsmanship, and revitalize the world.Cœur des Baies is one of those rare books”Stphen Étincelles, Point Reyes Books (Point Reyes Station, CA)”The Heart of the Berries is a thin jewel in a memory written by an entirely original and unexpected new voice.I’ve never read anyone who looks like her Terese Marie Mailhot-each page offers new and delicious ways to play with words and sentence structure, in a very natural and organic setting (nothing crushed or precious here)He doesn’t feel as it was written as much as physically extracted from his body as a root, knotty and dirty and honest and beautiful.I cried and laughed, and he never wanted it to end.I can’t wait to see
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