Mama Amazonica by Pascale Petit Bloodaxe, 2017, 112 pages, £9.95 _______________________ Pascale Petit was born Martha Elaine Etter Paulina-Redman in Paris in 1953. She later adopted the nom de plume Pascale Petit. In the first half of her life she involved herself in the visual arts. Though a shift took her to the written word, she continues to conjure up powerful vivid imagery in her life as a poet. With her mythic persuasion she has become somewhat of a cult figure for her overwhelming transformations of trauma into poetry. For those who have Pascale Petit in their pantheon of favourite…
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