Author: Kate Reavey

Kate Reavey completed an MA in poetry with Gary Snyder as her mentor. She worked as a fire dispatch and interpretive ranger before deciding on a path of teaching, which she has followed for more than thirty years. Her chapbooks Through the East-Window (Sagittarius Press) and Trading Posts (Tangram) are limited- edition, letter-pressed works, and Too Small to Hold You was published by Pleasure Boat Studio. She coordinates Studium Generale at Peninsula College, and for many years was codirector of the Foothills Writers Series. Her PhD in Interdisciplinary Humanities is centered on poetry, somebodyness, and beloved community.

Curve: Poems by Kate Reavey
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Curve: Poems by Kate Reavey

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The first full-length collection of poems by Kate Reavey. For the last three decades, poet Kate Reavey has lived on Lost Mountain, taught college, and raised a family, all with an eye and ear closely attuned to the intricate subtleties of her inner...

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