Antipodes was borne from the discovery that a single line could be so fervently rich and meaningful both in its organic delivery and in its reflection. Antipodes are a form of poetry which can be read forward or backward word by word instead of line by line--which is the norm with reverse or tuanortsa poetry. Named after the term for direct opposites in geography, antipodes take a poetic approach to puzzle-piecing while maintaining the author's voice.
Poetry. Native American Studies. Women's Studies.