Adele Ne Jame is the author of Inheritance, Field Work, and Poems, Land & Spirit. Recipient of a Pablo Neruda prize and National Endowment for the Arts fellowship in poetry, she teaches at Hawai‘i Pacific University.
A soft melody breezes through these perfectly crafted poems located in New Jersey, in Hawai‘i and in Lebanon, as if to whisper khalleek hown, stay here. Ne Jame’s collection is a soulful search for place, for time, for identity, weaving meaning from memory and exalting in the discovery of home.—Elise Salem, author of Constructing Lebanon: A Century of Literary NarrativesPublication Date: August 2011
6 x 10 inches
32 pages / Poetry
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