Kristin Berger, Echolocation

From both the visible and invisible margins of life, from the Oregon forest to high desert, from lake to river, Kristin Berger's new book of poems, Echolocation, seeks to reconcile memory and loss with a world still very much alive and beating. In a time of diminishing truth and light, this book locates beauty and holds space for its returning. "If we have forgotten that poetry is a call sent out into the world to rediscover and name our hearts, minds, and bodies, Kristin Berger's beautiful new book of poems reminds us of poetry's good and necessary work. Berger's Echolocation leads us into that work, honestly and elegantly inviting us to know our own lives and landscapes. This is a wise book that reminds us that resilience is real, is close. 'Remember, ' Berger tells us, 'love is a breath / we are invited to take. / Wild, fond, near.'" Annie Lighthart, author of Lantern and Iron String

Kristin Berger is the author of the poetry collections Echolocation (Cirque Press,2018), How Light Reaches Us (Aldrich Press, 2016), For the Willing(Finishing Line Press, 2008), and Refugia, published in the spring of 2019 by Persian Pony Press. She is the former editor of VoiceCatcher, a non-profit that publishes and promotes Portland-area women writers and artists. Her long prose-poem and collaboration with printmaker Diane Sandall, Changing Woman and Changing Man: A High Desert Myth will be published in 2019/2020. She lives in Portland, Oregon, where she co-hosts the Lents. Farmers Market Poetry Series, which has brought over 40 local emerging and established poets to the street.

Event date: 
Thursday, October 24, 2019 - 6:00pm
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4022 Rio Grande Blvd NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
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ISBN: 9781723433979
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Published: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform - July 19th, 2018