Vagabond Song: Neo-Haibun from the Peregrine Journals

Vagabond Song: Neo-Haibun from the Peregrine Journals

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ISBN-13: 9780986304019
Publisher: Elk River Books, LLP
Publication date: 09/03/2015
Pages: 268
Sales rank: 937,619
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.61(d)

About the Author

Marc Beaudin is the author of Vagabond Song: Neo-Haibun from the Peregrine Journals, The Moon Cracks Open: A Field Guide to the Birds and Other Poems and the play Frankenstein, Inc. His work has been seen in Avocet, Watershed, The MacGuffin, Temenos, Haiku Journal, Fragile Arts Quarterly, Badlands Literary Journal, Pirene's Fountain and numerous other journals. He is included in the Bangtail Press anthology of Montana writers, An Elk River Books Reader. In 2004, he edited the anti-war anthology Jihad bil Qalam: To Strive by Means of the Pen. He is the poetry editor of CounterPunch and the founding artistic director of the Caldera Theatre Company. Originally from Michigan, he now lives in Livingston, Montana. He believes the Brahms' Violin Concerto in D is more powerful than all the guns, smokestacks and coal trains in the world. More on his writings and theatre work can be found at CrowVoice.com.

Montana native Edd Enders worked with archeological survey teams, as a hunting guide, packer, wrangler and cowboy before studying art at University. Enders paints full-
time, portraying human impact on the region, not romanticized landscapes, and is widely collected and shown.

William Heyen is the author of Crazy
Horse & the Custers and numerous other books. A former Senior Fulbright Lecturer in
American literature in Germany, he has won prizes and awards from the NEA, the
Guggenheim Foundation and the American
Academy & Institute of Arts & Letters. His
Crazy Horse in Stillness won the Small Press
Book Award in 1997, Shoah Train: Poems was a finalist for the National Book Award in
2004 and A Poetics of Hiroshima was a
Chautauqua Literary & Scientific Circle selection in 2010. He lives in Brockport, NY.

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