Dreaming of Kaleidoscopeschris wind
dreaming of kaleidoscopes, intensely honest and unbearably sensitive, is a socially conscious and often feminist ‘best of’ collection of poems spanning about fifteen years, from the poet’s late teens in the 1970s to her early thirties in the 1990s.
Soliloquies: the lady doth indeed Protestchris wind
Lady MacBeth kill herself? Please. And Portia – you don’t think someone that intelligent would be pissed to be bait and trophy?
Soliloquies: the lady doth indeed protest is a collection of impassioned soliloquies delivered by Juliet, Ophelia, Lady MacBeth, Kate, Desdemona, Regan, Miranda, and others – protesting the role given to them by Shakespeare.
UnMythed is a collection of poems revealing the myths within the myths: what might Pandora, Circe, Penelope, Eurydice, Persephone, the Gorgons, and others have thought and done if they had not been the creations of a chauvinist patriarchy?
Paintings and Sculptureschris wind
Each piece in this feminist and socially conscious collection of poetry describes a painting or a sculpture: some, a re-vision of a classic; others, an original work not yet realized. Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Dali, Botticelli, Monet, Rodin are among the artists whose work is re-imagined.