The Avalanche Path in Summer (Ahsahta, Fall, 2018), in which I take my life-long experience of walking in mountains and stir into it a mix of ideas about mountains from the European and Chinese traditions. Poems from this collection have appeared or are forthcoming in Beloit Poetry Journal, Cerise Press, Clade Song, Colorado Review, Copper Nickel, Free Verse, iO, Plumwood Mountain (Australia), Spacecraft Projects,, and others.

The Avalanche Path in Summer will be followed by North/Rock/Edge, continuing my interest in geology, climate change, and the exploration of what our civilization now views as edge environments: mountains, coasts, islands, seas, particularly the islands and shorelines of the North Atlantic.

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