Toronto: Coach House Printing, 2017. This sequence of poems embodies the root meaning of its title: at-one-ment, a deeply hidden process whereby, over a lifetime, pursuits and relationships that seem multiple, conflicting, even made irrevocably separate by death, become, or in the end are seen to be, One.
Though not explicitly related to the Gurdjieff Work, given the author’s more than 65 years of connection to this tradition, it clearly informs her insights captured in these poems. One’s Work and life too, become at-one-ment. Paperback in new condition. Item #20257
Designed and typeset in Dante by Lindsay Smail and printed by hand by Anthony Glenesk on a Heidelberg Press; 50 pages.