Tag Archives: Gary Snyder

A Poet & a Scholar: Interviews & Letters from a 30-Year Friendship

Jon Quitslund Gary Snyder and Julia Martin, Nobody Home: Writing, Buddhism, and Living in Places (San Antonio: Trinity University Press, 2014). April being Poetry Month, I thought I should salute it with something that honors the profession of poet and … Continue reading

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What is Ecopoetry (Reviewing a New Anthology)

Jon Quitslund The Ecopoetry Anthology, ed. Ann Fisher-Wirth and Laura-Gray Street (San Antonio, TX: Trinity University Press, 2013), $24.95. The term ‘ecopoetry’ has achieved currency among writers and readers only within the last ten years, but the kind of poetry … Continue reading

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Notes on My Reading: Connect the Dots

Jon Quitslund I don’t have time to prepare a typical ‘think piece,’ so as a placeholder I’m putting out a few quotations that have captured my attention, together with comments and a description of the piece I will post before … Continue reading

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Unrest and Migration

This post responds to Jason McLennan’s new book, Zugunruhe; the Inner Migration to Profound Environmental Change (Bainbridge Island: Ecotone, 2011), and to his recent appearance at Eagle Harbor Book Company – not to read from the book, or to sign … Continue reading

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