Imprint:McClelland & Stewart
Dimensions:9.01in x 5.79 x 0.56 in | 0.69 lb
Page Count:136 pages
AUDIENCE: For readers of Atwood’s wildly popular novels; and for poetry and Can-Lit lovers alike.
AUTHOR PLATFORM: Margaret Atwood is a two-time Booker Prize-winning author and a cultural force: she has more than 1.9 million followers on Twitter and more than 250k on Facebook.
FIRST COLLECTION IN OVER TEN YEARS: Dearly, is Atwood’s first collection of poetry since 2007’s The Door.
POETRY AWARDS: Morning in the Burned House (1995) won the Trillium Book Award; The Circle Game (1967) won the Governor General’s Literary Award for Poetry.
SALES TRACK: The Testaments has sold more than 250,000 copies. Margaret Atwood’s backlist continues to sell extremely well year after year.
Praise for Margaret Atwood’s poetry:
“Atwood’s poems are short, glistening with terse, bright images, untentative, closing like a vise…A plain, explicit poetry, perfectly sure of itself.”—New York Times
“The Door is one of the best books by one of the best poets writing in English.”—Times Literary Supplement
“Margaret Atwood is best known, of course, as a novelist. But she brings to her poetry the same sharp eye and stinging wit.”—Washington Post
“Atwood is always vital, powerful, magnetically readable…Readers who know only her novels really owe it to themselves to read her poems.”—Booklist
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