100 Aspects of the Moon
Published Mar. 2005
$29.95 | 119 pgs.
Written to mark a passage into the poet’s 40th year, this book embraces the feminine aspect of the moon and takes the moon as its motif, guiding the poet’s exploration of what it means to be an artist and a woman on a path of self-transformation and healing in the early twenty-first century, traversing the globe.
Praise for 100 Aspects of the Moon
Among the many memorable lines in this elegant, passionate book are these: ‘this is what transformation looks like–/ the mess of it, the tapping at the walls of your life.’ One Hundred Aspects of the Moon is a rich poetry of awareness in motion, awareness of motion. One poem asks, ‘What would you save if your house were burning down?’ Lowitz–like Cocteau–would save ‘the fire.’