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  • By Sue Mackrell
    Oct 17, 2017
    The Princess of Vix resonates on so many levels. The rich incantatory language evokes the seductive, the nurturing and the ferocious powers of the triple goddess manifested (womanifested??) in real women. The sense of the feminine embedded in the landscape, and the rituals associated with the seasons and the natural world are powerfully evoked – it has made me want to visit Vix. The Princess is reborn in that her story, and the stories of other strong Celtic women, are now being told once again. Perhaps one of the reasons the Romans were so determined to crush the Celts was that women were powerful in every level of society, and they wouldn’t want that to happen, would they?
  • By Kyle Jones
    Oct 15, 2017
    Phenomenal and engaging, the series of poems recreates early Iron Age cultural practice in Gaul. Obviously well researched, the words melt and flow in an unassuming but highest quality style. Full of mystery, the deep imagery is beautifully executed. The poems work on several levels bringing together archaeology, anthropology, literature, and art. Look further into many of the words and detailed history opens before you. There are few writers that can perfectly combine intricate and complex subjects into such a broad and deep work of art and language. You might be enticed to read and re-read it several times and it will stick nicely on the wall of your shadow.
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Product Details

Three Drops Press
July 19, 2017
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.24 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
5.83 wide x 8.26 tall
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