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D. H. Melhem

Cloth $21.95    |    0-7145-4274-1    |   2003

A luminous tale of science fiction, moral fable, and bizarre love story.

"This lyrical allegory raises basic questions about interspecies communication and cooperation, whether murder is ever justified, and how to heal our ruptured relationship with the earth."
dashPublishers Weekly

"Here, via the power of good sound and indelible images, high-flying fancy, serious introspection, and canny analysis of today's errant society, D. H. Melhem obliges us to consider some unpleasant facts about ourselves and our direction."
dashGwendolyn Brooks

D. H. Melhem has won the American Book Award, the RAWI Lifetime Achievement Award, and has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize three times. She is the author of New York Poems and Stigma and The Cave, both available from Syracuse University Press. Her other books include Notes on 94th Street and Children of the House Afire.

Read about D. H. Melhem at www.dhmelhem.com

8 1/2 x 51/2, 160 pages

Distributed for Riverrun Press

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