This collection of poems meditates on the intersection of landscape, myth, and loss from various imagistic perspectives that weave mythic lyric with distinctly feminine narrative poems. The poems explore relationships, loss, trauma, and a sense of place from the lush green of the south to the stark red rock of the southwest.
Danielle Beazer Dubrasky received an MA in English and Creative Writing from Stanford University and her PhD in Creative Writing from the University of Utah. Her chapbook, Ruin and Light, won the 2014 Anabiosis Press Competition. She lives in Cedar City, Utah, homeland of one of the Piute Indian Tribes. She teaches poetry at Southern Utah University and Grace A. Tanner Center for Human Values and annual Eco-Poetry and the Essay Conference.