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To End A Conversation

by Kelly-Anne Riess
edited by Kent Bruyneel

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list price: $12.95
category: Poetry
published: 2008
publisher: Thistledown Press

In the contemporary social-scapes of Kelly-Anne Riess? poems, paradise got lost a long time ago. Riess? Eve is closer to Bridget Jones parachuted onto the streets of Regina. These are sly, wry, manic, and determinedly human poems for the new millennium. With a documentary eye and the poetic sensibility of a Jann Arden, Riess writes candidly about getting dumped, getting laid, and getting paid by ‚Äúpasty/bosses with sausage-fat limbs who crumb/creativity like dried bread.? A sassy debut.? ? Jeanette Lynes, author of It's Hard Being Queen: The Dusty Springfield Poems

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Contributor notes

Kelly-Anne Riess? poetry has appeared in Grain, the Windsor Review, and Spring. As a journalist her articles have been published in newspapers across Canada. She was the lead writer on the best-selling Saskatchewan Book of Everything project. Riess lives in Regina, Saskatchewan.

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