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Nature & Language

Saddle-stitched booklet

Unnumbered edition of 100

Date of publication: January 2017

'In a world older and more complete than ours they move finished and complete, gifted with extensions of the senses we have lost or never attained, living by voices we shall never hear.'
(Henry Beston)

'Poetry carries us, not just on the backs of words, but also on the spaces between the words.'
(Don Domanski)

The 2017 Contemporary Poetry Series from Corbel Stone Press is destined to become a vital document of poetic and ecological thought in the 21st century. First in the series is Nature and Language, an anthology that celebrates the incredible complexity of communication in the natural world.

Here are the languages of stars, crystals, winds, suns, birds, mammals, stones, waves, trees, fish, fungi, insects, deserts, lichens, fields, and rivers, found in the words of eighteen poets from seven different countries:

Philip Arnold (USA)
Heidi Bailey (GBR)
Vasiliki Albedo Bennu (GRC)
Robin Boothroyd (GBR)
Miki Fukuda (JPN)
Todd Gilens (USA)
Joseph Hinton (USA)
Edwin Kelly (IRL)
Steffi Lang (USA)
Gerry Loose (IRL)
Kristofor Minta (USA)
Helen Moore (GBR)
Chloe Proctor (GBR)
Susan Richardson (GBR)
Abby Rosenthal (USA)
John Steffler (CAN)
Brendan Walsh (USA)
Hans Jurgen von der Wense (DEU)

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