A Tent, A Lantern, An Empty Bowl

In poems that could double as paintings, M. Travis Lane harnesses the brush strokes of language to form a bridge between the artist and natural world in A Tent, A Lantern, An Empty Bowl. This is work that sees “the reds / that glitter in the shaggy firs, / the yellow-mauves in shadowed snow, / the orange-hatched pine tops quivering” and captures it all in vivid detail. A Tent, A Lantern, An Empty Bowlis a vital new collection from one of Canada’s most important living poets.

Contributors

M. Travis Lane

M. TRAVIS LANE lives in Fredericton, New Brunswick. She received her

Chapter Title Contents Contributors Pages Year Price
Imagine a Quilt of Water – “The Voice of a Bird” – The Far End – Delta – Painting by Naomi Jackson – The Little Falls of the Pokiok – Down at the … 21 $2.10
Banner – Rich Autumn – Ephemeral – Lantern – The Wishing Tree – Her – Sheriff – For Gerry Kemp – Pass – Get Well Soon – A Pill Jar of … 21 $2.10
The Archives – A Crack in Time – The Old Ones – Cap D’Or – “Goodbye and Thanks for All the Fish” – Eve Contemplates Her Residual Tail – And … 29 $2.90