Poetry. "These poems eloquently evoke the smell and feel of earth. Part georgics, part elegies, they bear vivid witness to an agrarian vision that is slowly becoming history."—John Ashbery
"BREAKING GROUND is the finest poetic treatment of farming and farmers I have read since William Kloefkorn's Alvin Turner as Farmer."—David Lee
Paul Hunter has been poet, teacher, performer, playwright, musician, instrument-maker, artist, editor, publisher, grassroots arts activist, worker on the land, and shade-tree mechanic. For the past 18 years he has produced fine letterpress books under the imprint of Wood Works—currently including 24 books and 55 broadsides. His own poems have appeared in Alaska Fisherman's Journal, Iowa Review, Poetry, Poetry Northwest, Prairie Schooner, The Small Farmer's Journal, The Southern Review and Spoon River Poetry Review. He was recently a featured poet on PBS NewsHour with Jim Lehrer.
Author City: Seattle, WA USA