An intensely personal invocation of the ancient Greek tragedy, The Antigone Poems was created in the 1970s while poet Marie Slaight and artist Terrence Tasker were living in Montreal and Toronto. A bold retelling of the ancient tale of defiance, its poetry and charcoal images capture the anguish of the original tale in an unembellished modernized rendition
“…surreal and wild. The charcoal drawings are terrifyingly brilliant...you can’t stop turning the pages. It’s like bingeing on Breaking Bad and Walking the Dead both at once. I deem this a holy book—written in ecstasy and the madness of genius and I hope it’s reprinted and lasts forever…" Grace Cavalieri The Washington Independent Review of Books
The Antigone Poems questions power, punishment and one of mythology’s oldest themes: rebellion.
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