The first-ever Mary Oliver recording, featuring the poet reading her selection of forty poems.
Product Code: 5053
ISBN: 9780807007006
Format: CD
Publisher: Beacon
Published Date: 04/15/2006
Pages: 60
Availability:In stock
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Price: $18.95

Mary Oliver has published fifteen volumes of poetry and five books of prose in the span of four decades, but she rarely performs her poetry in live readings. Now, with the arrival of At Blackwater Pond, Mary Oliver has given her audience what they've longed to hear: the poet's voice reading her own work. In this beautifully produced compact disc, Mary Oliver has recorded forty of her favorite poems, nearly spanning the length of her career, from Dream Work through her newest volume, New and Selected Poems, Volume Two. The package is shrink-wrapped so that the elegant clothbound audiobook can takes its place on the poetry shelf. It also includes a fifteen-page booklet with an original essay, "Performance Note," photos of the author at Blackwater Pond, and a full listing of the poems and their sources.


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Authors' Notes
Introductions
Pronouns and Body Parts SON: Who Wears the Pants? MOTHER: Mismatch
Endings and Beginnings MOTHER: Mapping Modern Grief SON: Birds of Spring
Sharing our Story with Others SON: Donald Has Something He Would Like to Tell the Class MOTHER: Disclosure
Rights
MOTHER: Right(s) SON: Hidden Fees
A Story Exchange Parent Story Exchange Transgender Youth and Professionals Story Exchange
Donald's Reading List
Acknowledgments
Sources
A Note from the Series Editor
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"A practical resource guide for families who have a transgender child in the mix." -Bay Area Reporter
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"This is the best, most thorough narrative of trans experience I've read: mind, body, and soul. The two conflicting points of view expand the reader's consciousness, placing us smack dab in the middle of the heart of it all. And the heart of it all is the model of two people who, despite deep disagreements, maintain love and respect for one another." -Kate Bornstein, author of A Queer and Pleasant Danger and Gender Outlaw
"An insightful resource for families, educators, and mentors, At the Broken Places illuminates the daily stress of figuring out where one fits, and how to get the world to see you as you see yourself." -Robin McHaelen, executive director, True Colors: Sexual Minority Youth and Family Services
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