Field Guide to Invasive Species of Minnesota: Poems

Field Guide to Invasive Species of Minnesota: Poems

by Amelia Gorman


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Gorman's Field Guide to Invasive Species Minnesota is a poetic journey into the strange and wonderful world known previously only to the wild. Take a walk through the woods of Minnesota, past the Salton Sea, into the high grass of the prairie, beyond the rivers and creekbeds, into a world of the near-future where nature rules all. After all, the biggest ecological danger of invasive species is the monoculture they create.

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ISBN-13: 9781953736017
Publisher: Interstellar Flight Press
Publication date: 09/06/2021
Pages: 62
Sales rank: 1,059,812
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.15(d)

About the Author

Amelia Gorman lived in Minneapolis for fifteen years before moving to Eureka, California in 2018. She loves the tide pools, redwood forests, and kinetic sculptures of her new home but misses lakes, looking at snow with a hot drink in her hand, public transit, and Eat Street. You can read more of her poetry in Liminality, Star*Line, Vastarien, and other places. She also writes weird fiction, including stories in She Walks in Shadows from Innsmouth Free Press and Nox Pareidolia from Nightscape Press.

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