Violet Dusk

Violet Dusk

by Ankhesen Mié

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Overview

"Woe to the chained ones

and to the bead-wearers.

Woe to the Old Tribes,

fallen and gone.

Your heartbeat, my heartbeat

Our sorrow, our song…"

So goes the "Invocation", opening the very first poetry collection by Ankhesen Mié, and her third release after a three-year hiatus. Originally entitled The Smith Sundial after one of the poems, Mié changed her mind when she wrote a poem inspired by the photo of a Maasai model.

The poems mimic the various times of day, invoking the darkest and most turbulent hours to lighter, peaceful times. While fictional prose is her normally her vehicle of choice, Miss Mié has already decided this will be but one of multiple future volumes.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016064062
Publisher: Middle Child Press
Publication date: 01/05/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 543 KB

About the Author

Ankhesen Mié is a Cameroonian-American author currently residing in Houston, Texas. Her distinctive style blends psychology, sociology, folklore, and myth. She's known for creating unusual characters in unlikely settings, as well as in-depth stories readers can enjoy in one sitting.

An avid blogger and co-founder of Middle Child Press, Mié intends to help shed light on artists of color, whether in music, literature, or the acting world. Between books, readers from around the world enjoy Mié's blogs, "At the Bar" and "The Blasian Narrative".

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