Author: Mary Gilliland

Mary Gilliland began life in Philadelphia and after college apprenticed to Gary Snyder in the Sierra foothills where she studied Buddhism and helped to build a wood-framed public school. Her poetry has been anthologized most recently in Nuclear Impact: Broken Atoms in Our Hands and the multimedia Strange Histories: A Bizarre Collaboration. "She is not afraid of delight, neither does she shirk the hard tasks of anger, pain, and deep caring," said Mary Oliver about her letterpress collection Gathering Fire. A featured reader at the Al Jazeera International Film Festival, Gilliland has held the Stanley Kunitz Fellowship at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown and a Council on the Arts Faculty Grant at Cornell University.

The Ruined Walled Castle Garden
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The Ruined Walled Castle Garden

Bright Hill Press

Poetry. Beginning with the forest wanderings of a mentally lost father in the twentieth century, and ending with Eve's original choice of wisdom over obedience, THE RUINED WALLED CASTLE GARDEN's lyrics are spoken by or about actual historical figure...

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