Poetry. On a journey through mountains both actual and symbolic, a woman meditates on selfhood, family interactions, yearning, pain, and death in the midst of the ongoing beauty of the finite world. "A book of a woman's life-journey written with the intensities and intimacies of a haunted mindfulness, this allegorical trek seeks to name the essential amid the muliplying circumstances of selfhood, family intersections, pain, yearning and finite time. A poignant book of all the places and emotions that 'leaving we will never leave.'"--Rachel Blau Duplessis.
Jane Augustine is a poet, critic, short story writer, visual/sound poetry performance artist and scholar of women in modernity. She has written five books of poetry: HIGH DESERT (Dos Madres Press, 2019), KRAZY (Marsh Hawk Press, 2015), A WOMAN'S GUIDE TO MOUNTAIN CLIMBING (Marsh Hawk Press, 2008), NIGHT LIGHTS (Marsh Hawk Press, 2004), and ARBOR VITAE (Marsh Hawk Press, 2003). She is the editor of The Mystery by H.D. (University Press of Florida, 2009) and The Gift: The Complete Text by H.D. (University Press of Florida, 1998), as well as numerous essays on H.D., Mina Loy, Lorine Niedecker and contemporary women poets. She has twice been awarded fellowships in poetry from the New York State Council on the Arts and has held the H.D. Fellowship at Yale University's Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. She has taught at Pratt Institute, New York University, The New School, and Naropa University. She lives in Manhattan and Westcliffe, Colorado.
Author City: NEW YORK, NY USA