Spanning several decades, this diverse collection of poems ... ranges widely in tone and scope, from humorous poems for his daughter Caitlin to complex poems chronicling the removal of the Elwha River dams. Throughout, the poems are threaded together by McNulty s clear love of place, carefully observed over four decades working, living, exploring and defending the forests of his home in the shadow of the Olympic Mountains. Reading these meditative poems, we re reminded of the value of close attention and the power of the specific detail, and ... what it means to dwell deeply on our own home ground. --Holly J. Hughes
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About the Author
Tim McNulty is a poet, essayist and nature writer. His previous collections include: In Blue Mountain Dusk (Pleasure Boat Studio) and Pawtracks (Copper Canyon Press), along with eight poetry chapbooks and eleven books of natural history. He lives in the foothills of Washington's Olympic Mountains.