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Thru the Covered Bridge: Old Vermont Verse - Roland Wells Robbins Goodbye, Ice: Arctic Poems - Lawrence Millman Know Thyself - Joyce Peseroff
A selection of poetry penned by Roland Wells Robbins, known best for the man who located the original site of Henry Thoreau's house next to Walden Pond. Here they are "quaintly illustrated" by Karl E. Genthner, with calligraphy by Kristina Joyce.
Academy Books, 1938, Second Printing, 1986. Paperback, 88 pp.
Here Millman's poetry offers a window on the natural world of the Arctic and its tradition-bound indigenous people. Climate change, inevitably, raises its ugly head in many of the poems, but the book itself is a lament not just for the loss of ice, but for the loss of the Arctic itself.
Coyote Arts, 2020. Paperback, 80 pp.
A collection of poems by Joyce Peseroff. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.
Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2015. Paperback. 81 pp.
The Rattling Window: Poems - Catherine Staples Devotions: The Selcted Poems of Mary Oliver - Mary Oliver
A collection of poems by Catherine Staples. Themes are: Coming & Going; Into the Gree; and Paint Like Breath on a Pane of Glass.
The Ashland Poetry Press, 2013. Paperback, 78 pp.
A definitive collection spanning more than five decades of this Pulitzer-Prize winning poet's esteemed and celebrated literary career. Arranged by Mary Oliver herself, this timeless volume showcases the beloved poet at her edifying best. She provides us here with an invaluable collection of her passionate and perceptive observations of the natural world. Mary Oliver won the Henry David Thoreau Prize for literary excellence in nature writing in November 2018.
Penguin Press, 2017. Hardcover, 455 pp.