A vast ecopoem for a dying Earth, a socially radical poem, a matrilineal drama, a Judeo-Mayan-Buddhist initiation, a transatlantic epic ending as a transamerican arrival, and a testament uniting science and imagination, the collection gives us some of the best work of one of New Mexico’s most beloved poets.
Born in Paris in 1928, Nathaniel Tarn has lived outside Santa Fe, New Mexico, for nearly thirty years. He has published an incredible range of books as a poet,anthropologist, editor, translator, and essayist. His most recent collection of poems is Ins and Outs of the Forest Rivers.
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