Emily Isaacson

"Discover poetry through the eyes of Emily . . ."

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Little Bird's Song  $24.99

A Children's Book for all ages by Emily Isaacson  (Freshwind Press, 2007)

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This moving story will have meaning for any child or adult who has felt powerless when faced with a bully, a devastating illness, disappointment, abuse or mistreatment. Little bird ignites hope and confidence as he receives authentic acceptance. As he opens his heart to love, he learns to fly and sing his song!

26 pages - hardcover

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A Familiar Shore  $29.99

Poetry and prose-poetry by Emily Isaacson (Tate Publishing, 2015)

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362 pages - paperback

A Familiar Shore is the story of Sea and her child Rain, her journey as a poet and writer, and her battle with cancer. Sea chronicles her healing journey as she meets Raven, a woman by the sea in Tofino, and a medicine woman of the Stó:lō people. The stories of four women are interwoven with their poetry, parables, and myth. They eventually discover what binds them together and what heals them.

The Fleur-de-lis - Volume III   $48.99

contains The Black Swan and Libertine  by Emily Isaacson (2011)

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In this third volume of The Fleur-de-lis, the nature of the monarch's gift of spiritual touch is referenced and expanded into a gift of healing, endemic in its proportions. When two characters, Edward and Waverley, from an 1800s graveyard come to life, the poetry begins. The timeless Queen, King, Jack, and Ace vie for the sake of duty, politics, and passion. Justice and Liberty draw their revelation swords in defense of an eternal dominion. The perspective of Eternity from an aging world of old meteor stones makes this an enduring classic of postmodern literature that will both inspire and delight readers of all ages. Emily Isaacson once again rivets her audience with the essence of immortality and undying youth.

468 pages -  paperback

About the Author:

Emily Isaacson is a poet and author who lives in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia. She founded the Wild Lily Institute, where she remains director. Isaacson has trained in nutrition in natural medicine, creative writing and restorative justice. She teaches others to use skills of conflict resolution, circle keeping, and healing through forgiveness. Her themes include the sea, healing, forgiveness, and reparation.

Isaacson’s poetry is sacred and powerful. Her poet's voice shines amid oppression and despair. She has said that hearing poetry live makes its nuances and color come to life! She knows there is hope to overcome the obstacles in life of disease and depression. She speaks from personal experience that love is a powerful force that can free and move a nation.