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The Poetic Inventory of Rocky Mountain National Park is an anthology of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry showcasing the beauty of our national park, and the writers who love it. Each piece in the anthology is named after a species in the park. How each writer engaged with that species in their work was their choice. It was not only expected, but hoped, that the resulting wo The Poetic Inventory of Rocky Mountain National Park is an anthology of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry showcasing the beauty of our national park, and the writers who love it. Each piece in the anthology is named after a species in the park. How each writer engaged with that species in their work was their choice. It was not only expected, but hoped, that the resulting work would take many diverse forms - it has not disappointed. The project includes work from: Michele Battiste, Nicky Beer, Amanda Billings, Lowrey Brown, Michael Bussmann, John Calderazzo, SueEllen Campbell, Julie Carr, Shelly Catterson, Serena Chopra, Matthew Cooperman, Sue Ring deRosset, Joan Dickinson, Brian Dickson, Lora Fike, Tirzah Goldenberg, Heather Goodrich, HR Hegnauer, Kristopher Hite, Pam Houston, Laird Hunt, Mark Irwin, Bhanu Kapil, Erika Kleronomos, Rebecca Knox, Michael Knisely, Christopher Kondrich, Chloe Leisure, Charlie Malone, Sara Renee Marshall, Jack Martin, David Mason, Molly McCowan, Steve Miles, Malinda Miller, Rico Moore, Mary Mouser, Kathryn Muus, Ellen Orleans, Veronica Patterson, Janna Plant, Aaron Plasek, Laura Pritchett, Elizabeth Robinson, Mandy Rose, David J. Rothman, Matthew Sage, Reg Saner, Suzanne Segady, Eleni Sikelianos, Todd Simmons, Susan Delaney Spear, Sasha Steensen, Laura Stuckey, J.A. Tyler, Christine Weeber, Kathleen Willard, Ellen Wohl, Jake Adam York, Felicia Zamora, Lisa Zimmerman.


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The Poetic Inventory of Rocky Mountain National Park is an anthology of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry showcasing the beauty of our national park, and the writers who love it. Each piece in the anthology is named after a species in the park. How each writer engaged with that species in their work was their choice. It was not only expected, but hoped, that the resulting wo The Poetic Inventory of Rocky Mountain National Park is an anthology of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry showcasing the beauty of our national park, and the writers who love it. Each piece in the anthology is named after a species in the park. How each writer engaged with that species in their work was their choice. It was not only expected, but hoped, that the resulting work would take many diverse forms - it has not disappointed. The project includes work from: Michele Battiste, Nicky Beer, Amanda Billings, Lowrey Brown, Michael Bussmann, John Calderazzo, SueEllen Campbell, Julie Carr, Shelly Catterson, Serena Chopra, Matthew Cooperman, Sue Ring deRosset, Joan Dickinson, Brian Dickson, Lora Fike, Tirzah Goldenberg, Heather Goodrich, HR Hegnauer, Kristopher Hite, Pam Houston, Laird Hunt, Mark Irwin, Bhanu Kapil, Erika Kleronomos, Rebecca Knox, Michael Knisely, Christopher Kondrich, Chloe Leisure, Charlie Malone, Sara Renee Marshall, Jack Martin, David Mason, Molly McCowan, Steve Miles, Malinda Miller, Rico Moore, Mary Mouser, Kathryn Muus, Ellen Orleans, Veronica Patterson, Janna Plant, Aaron Plasek, Laura Pritchett, Elizabeth Robinson, Mandy Rose, David J. Rothman, Matthew Sage, Reg Saner, Suzanne Segady, Eleni Sikelianos, Todd Simmons, Susan Delaney Spear, Sasha Steensen, Laura Stuckey, J.A. Tyler, Christine Weeber, Kathleen Willard, Ellen Wohl, Jake Adam York, Felicia Zamora, Lisa Zimmerman.

14 review for A Poetic Inventory of Rocky Mountain National Park

  1. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    A guidebook to to flora and fauna of Rocky Mountain National Park with poetic descriptions of each plant and creature. The world needs more poetic inventories like this.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Erika

    A poetic celebration of Rocky Mountain National Park. Each poem in the anthology is inspired by a species in the park. I was lucky enough to contribute to this collection and meet many of the other talented contributors. It was a memorable experience and this collection has a special place in my heart. I enjoyed taking my time reading a poem or two a day over coffee in the morning or before bed. The perfect gift for a nature lover, especially one who lives in Colorado.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Peter

    I'm really glad I picked this up. I'm not sure I'm qualified to be a judge of poetry, and often wonder if I'm an educated reader of it. But this book was massively enjoyable and also such a wonderful concept. I hope there will be more in this series, as a poetic inventory of the flora and fauna of place adds so much more than just a simple field guide. Each provide a means to greater understanding of their given topic and speak to different intelligences. Some of the passages in here were deeply I'm really glad I picked this up. I'm not sure I'm qualified to be a judge of poetry, and often wonder if I'm an educated reader of it. But this book was massively enjoyable and also such a wonderful concept. I hope there will be more in this series, as a poetic inventory of the flora and fauna of place adds so much more than just a simple field guide. Each provide a means to greater understanding of their given topic and speak to different intelligences. Some of the passages in here were deeply moving and relatable. I'm glad I gambled on this one. Your mileage may vary on the poetry, I'll grant you that. I just know that this is taking up permanent residence in my rucksack as long as I'm spending time outdoors. So much to ponder and re-read in this book, and I highly recommend you pick it up. Even if you don't get poetry like me.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Gloria Mccracken

    Let me say right off the bat that the lowish rating I gave the book is undoubtedly not its fault but mine. I would really like to be a person who loves poetry. But I don't. Most of the book is poetry -- a few selections are prose, but pretty much equally opaque to me. This is why I did not consider majoring in English. Let me say right off the bat that the lowish rating I gave the book is undoubtedly not its fault but mine. I would really like to be a person who loves poetry. But I don't. Most of the book is poetry -- a few selections are prose, but pretty much equally opaque to me. This is why I did not consider majoring in English.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Joanna

  6. 5 out of 5

    Joel Larson

  7. 4 out of 5

    M.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Beth

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    Alexander Diederich

  10. 5 out of 5

    Elliot

  11. 5 out of 5

    Heather

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

  13. 4 out of 5

    Katherine

  14. 4 out of 5

    Mary Ruth Kamp

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