A WOMAN UNKNOWN IN HER BONES
A woman unknown in her bones

Rachel Guido deVries New York poet and novelist, has used an anatomy print from Dictionary Page Prints on the cover of her most recent books of poems. A WOMAN UNKNOWN IN HER BONES (Bordighera Press, 2014),

A WOMAN UNKNOWN IN HER BONES

A Woman Unknown in Her Bones, (Bordighera Books, 2014) is the latest collection of poems to be released by Rachel Guido deVries. Her poems have appeared in numerous literary magazines including Voices in Italian America, the Paterson Literary Review, Sojourner’s, and Rattle. Her body of work also includes her previously published poems, The Brother Inside Me (Guernica Editions, 2008). Gambler’s Daughter(Guernica Editions, 2001). and How to Sing a Dago (Guernica Editions, 1996).
“These poems, imagistic and musical, capture the song that even the most wounded can learn to sing. They praise and celebrate in a way that few contemporary poems do.” – Maria Mazziotti Gillan
In addition to her poetry collections deVries has also published two children’s books through Bordighera Books. Teeny Tiny Tino’s Fishing Story (2008), winner of the Paterson Prize for Books for Young Children. Her second children’s book Stati Zitta, Josie (Be Quiet Josie) was published in 2014. A novel, Tender Warriors, was published by Firebrand Books in 1986.
DeVries is a poet-in-the-schools and visiting author throughout central and upstate New York. Working with students in primary grades through high school. She offers workshops independently. Rachel Guido deVries lives in Cazenovia NY.
Today, there is a huge selection of art and creativity inspired by anatomy with vintage anatomical prints, anatomy themed prints, sculptures and curios. What we have available at www.dictionarypageprints.com is a huge selection of vintage dictionary anatomical anatomy prints, pre matted and mounted ready to pop into a standard A4 frame. All with free shipping worldwide.
IKEA framed anatomy prints
Anatomy Prints framed with Red Frames from the IKEA Ribba series

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