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Snowy Owls, Egrets and Unexpected Graces by Gwendolyn Morgan

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The poet simultaneously reflects on the suffering of those living with cancer and chronic illness as well as the on-going habitat destruction amidst climate change, and the violence of war and poverty. This book invokes hope and gratitude in the midst of sorrow and grief, an invitation to take a breath in the midst of the turning of the wheel of the year, to pause and recalibrate to the music of the cosmos. More Info »
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American Wild by Michael Engelhard

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Torn between two “soulscapes”—the canyon country and Alaska—the author has roamed both for twenty- five years. En route he suffered snowstorms, boat- flips, heat, injury, bobcat tamales, upset raptors, charging grizzlies, the Park Service, heartbreak, hungry mosquitos, and honeymooners from abroad. Above all, American Wild speaks of one man’s desire to see natural wealth and our stories about it preserved. More Info »
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Midlife with Thoreau by Diane P. Freedman

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This is a book about writing as righting. At midlife Diane P. Freedman turns to the books of Thoreau, not to mention his landscapes. Practicing the nature cure and the narrative cure, she writes, in poems, essays, and journals, about family, feminism, and literary history, loss, divorce, dating, accidents, animals, waterways, local landscapes, and teaching environmental literature in ruburban New Hampshire. More Info »
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So Ecstasy Can Find You by Elizabeth Cunningham

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“One of Elizabeth Cunningham's poems declares, ‘It’s all poetry.’ And wherever she looks, she finds it, as well as the perfect images and phrases that allow us to share her vision of how all the world is a poem of beauty, meaning, and mystery. When you step into one of Cunningham's poems, you understand this. And wonderfully, you too begin to see everything as poetry.” —Tom Cowan More Info »
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Written River Issue 10

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This issue of Written River features essays by Matthew Dickerson, Susan Double, Sophia Sinopoulos-Lloyd, Aven Satre-Meloy, Maximillian Werner, and Michael Engelhard. More Info »
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Rooted and Risen by Timothy P. McLaughlin

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This début collection of poems from Timothy P. McLaughlin chronicles an inspired intimacy with the still wild places and presences of the Earth. The musical, iridescent language delights the senses and draws the reader/listener back into an essential creatureliness and basic loving kinship with the natural world. More Info »
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Written River (Vol. 5 Issue 2)

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This issue of Written River features essays by Matthew Dickerson, William Henry Searle, Marianne Werner, and Amber Ornelas and photography by Ron Roth, Katherine Minott, and Russell Streur. More Info »
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Lungs of My Earth by William Henry Searle

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“In a breathless torrent of vivid impressions–most strikingly those of touch and feel–William Henry Searle ignites our own senses, brings us to life. Those of us, like me, who glibly speak of the living Earth as our larger body, are jolted awake to a wilder, more awesome reality.” —Joanna Macy More Info »
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Winter: Reflections by Snowlight by Jamie K. Reaser

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"Winter is a time for reflection, rest, and regeneration. Jamie K. Reaser shares the magic of this season of life, as well as the harshness that this time can bring. Settle back into the beautiful and potent poetry in Winter: Reflections by Snowlight and absorb the deep wisdom shared." —Sandra Ingerman More Info »
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Crow Feathers, Red Ochre, Green Tea by Gwendolyn Morgan

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Crow Feathers, Red Ochre, Green Tea by Gwendolyn Morgan  Overview Gwendolyn Morgan’s first collection, Crow Feathers, Red Ochre, Green Tea, offers richly textured poetic renderings of natural landscapes and emotional nuances in response to those landscapes. She weaves concerns for global warming, social inequities, and health care together with images of birds, plants, animals, breath, More Info »
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Wild Life by Jamie K. Reaser

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Wild Life: New and Selected Poems by Jamie K. Reaser Foreword by Edward E. Clark Jr.,  President of the Wildlife Center of Virginia.  Overview Wild Life is both a celebration of wildlife and an exploration of the human animal. Ultimately, it is a testament to what becomes possible when we see ourselves as a part More Info »
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Love Affairs with Reptiles and Amphibians edited by Jamie K. Reaser

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Courting the Wild: Love Affairs with Reptiles and Amphibians Edited by Jamie K. Reaser Praise for Courting the Wild Ever since that infa­mous episode in The Garden of Eden, we humans have des­per­ately needed to heal our rela­tion­ship with the scaly and slip­pery ones. Unfairly dis­en­fran­chised from our good­will for thou­sands of years, “herps” deserve to More Info »
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Creatively Maladjusted by Theodore Richards

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Creatively Maladjusted by Theodore Richards Overview “Human salvation lies in the hands of the creatively maladjusted.” — Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Education is the subject of much public debate. Politicians and bureaucrats, educators and parents, students and concerned citizens all have an interest—and a stake—in the way we educate our children. But while much is More Info »
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Fireflies at Absolute by Erynn Rowan Laurie

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  Fireflies at Absolute Zero is a map of a life, written in location and longing, its calligraphy the surreal moments between dream and waking. The poems are shaped by myth, the Gaelic poetic tradition, dream worlds, personal history, and the grey-green landscape of the Salish Sea. From snowfall in the Hoh rainforest to the More Info »
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Sacred Reciprocity by Jamie K. Reaser

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“Sacred Reciprocity: Courting the Beloved in Everyday Life” is a poetic reflection of Jamie K. Reaser’s daily practice of embodying anyi as a core life principle. Each poem arises out of a conversation between her soul and something greater than her Self. More Info »
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Border Crossings by Ian Marshall

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Like Basho, he finds the miraculous in the common and elevates the humble walk into a spiritual practice, sprinkling his narrative with lovely original haiku that seem to have condensed in the moment, like droplets of dew. More Info »
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Living in the Nature Poem by Mary Harwell Sayler

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This col­lec­tion con­nects us to our­selves, each other, and the earth. As an impor­tant part of our own envi­ron­ments, we’re also part of the complexities of nature, including human nature and those odd thoughts and moments that bring humor, wonder, per­plexity, and prayer. More Info »
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Note to Self by Jamie K. Reaser

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Note to Self Poems for Changing the World from the Inside Out Jamie K. Reaser “This is poetry for the soul…It took me down into my depths, beckoning me to dig fearlessly into my composted dreams, commitments, and deep yearnings. I resisted the urge to read the entire collection in one sitting, instead ruminating over More Info »
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Estuaries by Jason Kirkey

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The poems in this book are an attempt to speak in a common tongue with mountains, rivers, and forests. Too often poetry is thought of as the domain of human creativity with its source in the depths of the imagination. We use it to speak of the world, but not to the non-human world—let alone with it. The poems in Estuaries suggest that speech and poetry are fundamentally rooted in the ecosystem—the detritus of fallen leaves, the curvature of a river bend, and the sound of rain on a heron’s wings. More Info »
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Western Solstice by Leonore Wilson

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Leonore Wilson’s Western Solstice contains poems that spring whole and marvelous, shimmering from the earth. Born from a profound, wide-ranging, original and feminine mind, they bewitch the reader with a lush, passionate voice that is ‘all impulse of towards’ and a tensile form that is as breathtaking as its content. This book is a true treasure. —Cathy Colman More Info »
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Night, Mystery and Light by J.K. McDowell

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You will discover, along with him, the almost seamless way the ordinary and non-ordinary realities of our soul’s deep dreaming support and create a multi-layered world to live in. It is a world that intrigues us while reading the poem and that lingers long after we lay the poem aside. —Tom Cowan More Info »
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Huntley Meadows by Jamie K. Reaser

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Huntley Meadows A Naturalist’s Journal in Verse Jamie K. Reaser, with a forward by David S. Wilcove   Watching an individual leaf waltz its way down from blue can’t be any less miraculous than birth. Praise for Huntley Meadows “Jamie K. Reaser’s poetic account of a year in Huntley Meadows in the heart of Washington More Info »
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The Salmon in the Spring by Jason Kirkey

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The Salmon in the Spring is an eloquent calling to be fully present and engaged in our time and place in both human and mythic history. —Tom Cowan More Info »
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Cosmosophia by Theodore Richards

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In a previous generation, someone of Theodore’s depth and integrity might have worked out his vocation in a monastery. In our time, he finds his way in the urban world of struggle and promise, despair and hope. He is a philosopher-activist who listens deeply and walks his talk. What he is learning is worth our all listening to. —Matthew Fox More Info »
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Songs from a Wild Place by Jason Kirkey

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Kirkey’s astonishing weave of the personal journey with transpersonal realities is sure to enthrall any awake-and-aware reader. All too often poetry is judged upon whether it is worthy of the reader. Here is poetry that demands that we—the reader—make ourselves worthy to receive it. —Frank MacEowen More Info »
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Love Affairs with the Land edited by Jamie K. Reaser

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Courting the Wild: Love Affairs with the Land Edited by Jamie K. Reaser and Susan Chernak McElroy Do you remember the first time you feel in love? Within these pages you will find love stories, rapturous love affairs with the land, shameless seductions, betrothals, vows exchanged, marriages of the soul, heartaches, partings, healings, and renewals. More Info »
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