Song of Ascents is a collection of inspired moments set to verse. Like Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, it represents a labor of years. But unlike most poetry collections, it describes the circumstances in which the material was conceived, and explores the philosophical and aesthetic considerations which informed it. Together these form a narrative of ascent: from fragmentation to wholeness, from the particulars of one man's life to a consideration of the greater life to which we are called.
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About the Author
Born in 1954, Hancock, Michigan; Graduated Northern Michigan University, 1976, BS in Mass Communications. Lived in Denver, CO, Los Angeles, Pomona, and San Luis Obispo, CA. Portrait and landscape artist, displaying in galleries on the Central Coast. Active in several Christian fellowships. Returned to Northern Michigan in 2000 to pursue writing full-time. Enjoys cycling, hiking, snowshoeing, birding, kayaking, and volunteers in a local community garden.