Deep Salt Water by Marianne Apostolides

$20.00

Deep Salt Water by Marianne Apostolides

$20.00

Deep Salt Water is a stirring memoir about loss and abortion, expressed through the layering of imagery from the ocean. In detail at once sensual and sophisticated, Apostolides unfurls the emotional experience of a love affair and unwanted pregnancy, the abortion itself, and her reconnection with the man seventeen years later—a rekindling of love which stimulates this gentle attempt to come to terms with the abortion and its consequences. Moving from a place of intense intimacy to an outward focus that engages with the broader world, Deep Salt Water discusses abortion in all its complexity, rejecting polarizing rhetoric in favour of the unfathomable truths that women hold in their bodies.

With 8 full colour plates of mixed media collage by Catherine Mellinger.

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Exclusive Excerpts from Deep Salt Water:

Room Magazine is pleased to feature the captivating and thought-provoking Deep Salt Water, an interdisciplinary collaboration between four artists—author Marianne Apostolides, collage artist Catherine Mellinger, photographer Melanie Gordon, and composer Paul Swoger-Ruston.”

Deep Salt Water: Month One —Room Magazine
Deep Salt Water: Month Two —Room Magazine
Deep Salt Water: Month Three —Room Magazine
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An Excerpt from Deep Salt Water by Marianne Apostolides —The Puritan

Press for Deep Salt Water:

Spring 2017 Books Preview —CBC Books

Spring Lists: The 25 Canadian Books We Can’t Wait to Read —Toronto Star

17 Books to Read in 2017 —Amber Dawn, Room Magazine

Deep Salt Water is intimate and sensual, tidal and saline – how can a book be tidal and saline? These words make sense within the environment of the book. Apostolides’s language is not of pristine nature but of the anthropocene, our current geologic age of bleached coral and oceans choking on plastics. In light of man-made climate catastrophe, learning this language takes on added urgency.” —Jade Colbert, The Globe for Mail

Marianne Apostolides Explores the Grief of Abortion in New Memoir —CBC Books

Beautiful Books: Deep Salt Water —All Lit Up

A Sense of Place: An Interview with Marianne Apostolides —Roundhouse Radio 98.3 Vancouver

Marianne Apostolides is the author of six books, three of which have been translated. She’s also a recipient of the Chalmers Arts Fellowship and a finalist for the KM Hunter Award. Her previous non-fiction work, Voluptuous Pleasure, was listed among the Top 100 Books of 2012 by The Globe & Mail. Marianne lives in Toronto with her two children. For more about Marianne visit her website: marianne-apostolides.com

Catherine Mellinger is a mixed media and analog collage artist whose works find inspiration in the ideas originated by the feminist artists of the Dada period as well as the early Surrealists, lending to the exploration of dichotomy; real and unreal; beauty and trauma. Mellinger’s works have been published in literary magazines, and she has been commissioned by musicians, writers and private collectors. She lives in Waterloo, Ontario, with her husband and son. To see more of her work, visit her website: cargocollective.com/catherinemellinger

8 March 2017 | Creative Non-Fiction/Memoir/Biography
8×6 inches | 174 pages
ISBN 9781771662789
$20.00

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