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The ground I stand on is not my ground
Written in English
|Statement||Collier Nogues ; with an introduction by Forrest Gander|
|Contributions||Gander, Forrest, 1956- writer of introduction, Drunken Boat, Small Press Distribution (Firm)|
|LC Classifications||PS3614.O399 G76 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 65 pages|
|Number of Pages||65|
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THE GROUND I STAND ON IS NOT MY GROUND poems/collier nogues ENTER poems/collier nogues ENTER. Collier Nogues is the author of THE GROUND I STAND ON IS NOT MY GROUND, selected by Forrest Gander as the winner of the Drunken Boat Poetry Book Contest, and On the Other Side, Blue (Four Way, ).
She teaches creative writing in the Master's of English (Literary Studies) Programme at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and curates Hong Kong's English 4/5(1). The poems of The Ground I Stand The ground I stand on is not my ground book inhabit the decades after the end of these scenes, and are fragments unearthed after an act of reclaiming the texts which are erased to create them.
It is an act that, as the speaker of “Editor’s Introduction” recognizes, is one attacking a sense of the various “legal fiction[s]” created in the. The Ground I Stand On Is Not My Ground Collier Nogues. Drunken Boat (SPD, dist.), $15 trade paper (76p) ISBN More By and About This Author Buy this book Excavating poems by.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Poems. Winner of the Drunken Boat poetry book contest, selected by Forrest Gander -- T.p. verso. Collier Nogues is the author of THE GROUND I STAND ON IS NOT MY GROUND, selected by Forrest Gander as the winner of the Drunken Boat Poetry Book Contest, and On the Other Side, Blue (Four Way, ).
She teaches creative writing in the Master's of English (Literary Studies) Programme at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and curates Hong Kong's English.
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I would like to speak to you for a few minutes today on this thought, On Standing Ground. As I do, let the Lord speak to your heart and determine to stand your ground for Jesus and to reclaim any ground that you may have given up over the years.
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