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The Color of Dusk
Robin Caton




Omnidawn
2001 • 80 pp. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2"
Poetry - American / Poetry - Women Authors

$12.00 Paperback, 978-1-890650-08-7



In The Color of Dusk, Robin Caton bridges traditions of secular, religious, modernist, and post modernist writing

In The Color of Dusk, Robin Caton bridges traditions of secular, religious, modernist, and post modernist writing to encounter word at its most unsettling, provocative, and urgent. At times conversational, elliptic, meditative, minimalist, expansive, Caton's poems are unified by an insistence to reach, with language, through language, to turn words toward what is ever outside their ability to name.



ROBIN CATON's poetry has been published widely in journals, including five fingers review, Columbia Poetry Review, 6ix, Fourteen Hills, and The Spoon River Poetry Review. In 1999, six of her poems were nominated for a Pushcart Award. She lives in San Francisco.



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