Waking up to the earth : Connecticut poets in a time of global climate crisis / Margaret Gibson, editor
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West Hartford, Connecticut : Grayson Books, [2021]
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136 pages ; 23 cm
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Introduction / Margaret Gibson -- Walking with Ruskin / Robert Cording -- Luna moths / Robert Cording -- Ravens in winter / Carol Chaput -- The turtle / Cortney Davis -- Christmas Eve afternoon at Braddock Bay / Rennie McQuilkin -- Praise song / Rennie McQuilkin -- Whale watching, Scammon's Lagoon, Baja / Elizabeth Kudlacz -- A poem for the poet Hermithrush who gave me, Shi Lu, a cricket cage / Stanford M. Forrester -- Fox, December snow / Louis Gabordi -- One / Pit Pinegar -- Snapshot: four turkeys at the feeder / Daniel Donaghy -- Encroachment / Tom Nicotera -- The song of the dusky seaside sparrow / Clare Rossini -- The museum of the forever gone / Edwina Trentham -- The trembling / John L. Stanizzi -- Old souls / Jeanne LeVasseur -- Silver birch / Katherine Szpekman -- Ashford Oak / Denise Abercrombie -- The takedown / Joan Hofmann -- Bedtime story / Edwina Trentham -- Of stones and time / Gwen Gunn -- Stone harvest / Ginny Lowe Connors -- Nothing is still in this world / Elaine Zimmerman -- Jump, jive, and whale / Joannie DiMartino -- Sea smoke / James Finnegan -- At the end of empire / Mary Guitar -- A brief history of everything / Pat Hale -- Acqua Alta / Laura Mazza-Dixon -- Water, water / Julia Paul -- Seaplane / Charles Rafferty -- Rock me Mama / Christie Max Williams -- One point five degrees celsius / Carol Chaput -- Who asks the question? / Lana Orphanides -- How to feed a child / Catherine DeNunzio / Rare grasses / Maria Sassi -- Field service / Christine Beck -- Bats / D. Walsh Gilbert -- Calling the owl / Terry Bohnhorst Blackhawk -- Showing Qi / Lisa Meserole -- Anthropocene birthday / Sarah P. Strong -- Two bowls / Lorraine Riess -- Arrangements for the endangered / Susan Kinsolving -- For Berta Cáceres / Jonathan Andersen -- On strike / Elizabeth A. Tomanio -- Sheltering in place / Tony Fusco -- But-heads / Marilyn Nelson -- Assassins / Alexandrina Sergio -- Trespassers at Morgan Point / Vivian Shipley -- Cruising / Steve Straight -- Storm advisory / Susannah Lawrence -- Getting to prayer / Patricia Horn O'Brien -- Catawba / Benjamin S. Grossberg -- Not children / Benjamin S. Grossberg -- Forage / Luisa Caycedo-Kimura -- Hand tilling / Aaron Caycedo-Kimura -- Arboriculture / Amy Nawrocki -- It is a full green morning before the death of George Floyd / Davyne Verstandig -- In the middle lane, leaving New Haven / Dolores Hayden -- Urban aesthetic / Rhonda M. Ward -- Without sunglasses anymore / Frederick-Douglass Knowles -- The talk / Michael "Chief" Peterson -- Wasted lives / Pegi Deitz Shea -- A cliché in the projects / José B. González -- And then I read about / José B. González -- The call of the void / Jonathan Andersen -- Zone 6 / John Surowiecki -- When I call it the zombie apocalypse, neither of us is scared as we should be / Jennifer A. Payne -- After us / Louis Gabordi -- Climate change quartet / David K. Leff -- Little river elegy / Brad Davis -- Irrevocable / Margaret Gibson.
"Waking Up to the Earth, edited by Connecticut's Poet Laureate Margaret Gibson, is an anthology of poems by Connecticut poets who write of their relationships with the earth in a time of global climate crisis. The scope of the poems goes far beyond Connecticut to the whole ecosystem we humans share. With praise and wonder, and sometimes with grief or anger, the poems in this collection pay close attention to our planet and its inhabitants, its forests and oceans, its creatures: turtles and dung beetles, bats and bobcats, oak trees, orchards, and rivers. In a time of climate crisis, the poems in this anthology ask everyone to wake up to the earth, and to cherish it." -- Back cover.
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