Thirst of Pisces

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Pub Date 21 Aug 2021 | Archive Date 10 Sep 2021

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Thirst of Pisces provides an intimate glimpse into the inner workings of a Piscean imagination and invites readers on a nostalgic journey spanning 30 countries and 12 years. Discover the passionate voice of a blossoming artist as she reveals her most intimate memories of world travel, womanhood, body, creativity, and emotion. Get lost in the rhythms and movement of the poems across space and time and find yourself dancing in a lyrically vivid space that is both comforting and daring. Thirst of Pisces reminds us what it means to truly move and be moved.


Thirst of Pisces provides an intimate glimpse into the inner workings of a Piscean imagination and invites readers on a nostalgic journey spanning 30 countries and 12 years. Discover the passionate...


A Note From the Publisher

Kate March is an American poet, performer, choreographer and painter. An internationally acclaimed artist, her multidisciplinary creative expressions have been praised as visionary, provocative, feminist, and emotionally courageous. She draws inspiration from raw emotion, travel experiences, intuition, the body, and the natural world. After living in London for 2 years, Hong Kong for 6 years and traveling the world extensively throughout that time, Kate now resides back home in America with her loving husband, Paul, and small, but mighty rescue dog, Bula. In June 2021, she begins her most adventurous chapter yet with the birth of their first child. Discover more about Kate and her journey by checking out her website: www.katemarch.com and following her on Instagram @iam_katemarch. For more visual stories related to this book, please visit: www.thirstofpisces.com.

Kate March is an American poet, performer, choreographer and painter. An internationally acclaimed artist, her multidisciplinary creative expressions have been praised as visionary, provocative...


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30 countries. 12 years. Women. This is a collection of poems depicting different thoughts and musings on different places which probably describes personal issues and growth about different women. "I am the human hermit crab, growing the shell until I feel constricted by my own growth." Divided into three main sections "The Dawning (Surrender)", "The Flow (Movements) and "The Stillness (Disruptions)", the different poems define emotions, the fear and the transformation, the sufferings and the celebrations, the cries and the joys, the sacred homes and the unknown places, the different things which mean differently and the things which we all can relate to. This is a unique collection full of diversity with each page filled with the thoughts of different lives around the world. Thank you author and the publisher for the advance reading copy.

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This was a powerful read! This book made me feel things that we’re buried deep inside my soul for a long time. I loved that each poem had a location/country under the title. I felt like I was there right at that location reading the poem. I have no words to express how good this book was. Thank you for this little piece of heaven.

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This book of poetry was beautiful and moving. I loved that each poem was tied to a place, and that these places were often far apart in both location, environment, and culture. This was a unique and enjoyable book.

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I really loved this poetry book, I related to the places and locations being described and it certainly conjured up some memories and vision. Will follow this author/artist and see more of her work. Thank you #NetGalley for the copy.

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While this author clearly has a way with words and I cannot deny her talent, I just didn't especially connect with the poems. I felt the majority of the time that I was just on the periphery and never fully understood what she was experiencing/why/how.

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To start off I just want to mention how stunning the writing in this book is! Oh My God definitely some of the best writing ive read in a while! The writing though out this collection reads so elegantly. March touches upon topics such as world travel, womanhood, body, creativity, and emotion which was wonderful to read especially with the location above each poem. The only critique I have is that some of the poems dragged on which resulted in this taking longer then expected to read

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This was a good book. I was a bit surprised at some of the longer prose-style poetry, but I really enjoyed her musings. I enjoyed how the longer pieces were interspersed with shorter ones as well. I would recommend this book to those looking for a short, enjoyable read.

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''You give everything when you give love'' Even though I didn't connect with all of them, I did find some poems very inspiring and beautifully written. ''The Knight'' was one of my favorites ones. I can't wait to see what the author will do next. Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for giving me a copy of the book.

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This book feels that every poem can unfold in different cities and elsewhere. As if the writer were able to express these thoughts in so many ways.

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