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Listening with your Heart
May.10.2011
Sandra inspires and guide us to live a healthy joyful life filled with abundance and peace for ourselves adn all of life. She generously offers deep healing insights and wisdom based on the 40,000 year old tradition of Shamanism as a prescription for moving us toward a greater consciousness...
Cover Art by Lori McElrath-Eslick for Traffic Stop
Apr.04.2011
Traffic Stop contains some of my best poems written from the 1970s to 2009.  Themes include being an assertive nontraditional woman, having close relationships, teaching college English and women's studies, loving nature, traveling, being involved in the anti-Vietnam War movement, mourning my...
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Feb.04.2011
"This vibrant and hopeful book...demonstrates...a nascent movement to make conservation of natural resources financially rewarding...Ellison is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and veteran foreign correspondent whose writing skill makes these complex and subtle ideas compelling." --...
Writing Down the River: Into the Heart of the Grand Canyon
Jul.21.2010
Page Lambert was one of 15 writers selected by producer and photographer Kathleen Jo Ryan to contribute to Writing Down the River: Into the Heart of the Grand Canyon. Other contributors include Denise Chavez, Linda Ellerbee, Linda Hogan, Teresa Jordan, Ann Zwinger, Annick Smith, Ruth Kirk, Judith...
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Jun.14.2009
A doe and her fawn walk through the woods on a summer evening.  As they move among the trees, the two discover a deep connection to their forest home that helps the mother heal ancient wounds and the child to discover a wholly unexpected future.  The Deer takes the reader on a voyage into the heart...
The Alchemy of Opposites
May.20.2009
My longest book of poems (144 pages), The Alchemy of Opposites contains all the poems that I wish to preserve written since 1992 to its publication in 2000. Although a favorite topic is the natural world (animals, plants, earth, the cosmos), I also appropriate images from various mythologies (...
WILD SORROW
Mar.01.2009
When a snowstorm sweeps the canyon during her search for a wounded mountain lion, BLM agent Jamaica Wild must take refuge in an old Indian School, where children were "Americanized" after being taken from their homes. Exploring, Jamaica discovers the body of an elderly Anglo woman. As...
Tanji Na Che: Recovering the Landscape of the Ioway
Feb.09.2009
"As an Ioway Indian, [Lance Foster] is interested in the landscape as it was when his ancestors left Iowa in the early nineteenth century, so he went to the Neal Smith refuge, hoping to see the msall herd of buffalo that had been introduced and the prairie "returning to life." In...
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Dec.01.2008
These paths less traveled include drives on ancient canopy roads that were once Native American footpaths, meanders onto preserved sea islands of towering dunes, climbs in the Florida red hills, visits along internationally famous coastal marshes and driving routes deep into Native American...
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Nov.22.2008
Contributors Al Burt, Archie Carr, Susan Cerulean, (editor) Charles Fergus, Jan Godown, Paul N. Gray, Juanita Greene & others participate in the publishers' World as Home series, dedicated to exploring our relationship to the natural world. The Book of the Everglades  takes readers by the hand...