The Forest of Sure Things

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The Forest of Sure Things is a layered sequence of poems set in a remote, historical village at the tip of a peninsula on the Northwest coast, near where Lewis and Clark encountered the Pacific.

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A pair of newlyweds has settled precariously there, starting the town's first new family in a hundred years. When their second child is stillborn, the bereft family unravels and un-roots themselves.

Megan Snyder-Camp's poems reveal -- like the shoreline exposed by a neap tide -- an emotional landscape pressed upon and buckling under the complications of grief and the difficulties of language.

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Author Megan Snyder-Camp
Publisher Tupelo Press
Page Count 72pp
Publication Size 5.5 x 8.5
Publication Notes softcover
Publication Date August 2010
ISBN 978-1932195880

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