. Although I appreciated the underwater photography, especially the hidden stone face, I loved how Ian McAllister captured the expressions and range of emotions from the bears and wolves. But perhaps the major difference is that in the northern hemisphere, the damage being done is driven mostly by greed, and in Africa it is driven mostly by poverty. . The Wild In You Voices From The Forest And The Sea can be very useful guide, and the wild in you voices from the forest and the sea play an important role in your products. My favourite poems included 'Genesis: Rainforest' with it's fabulous first lines - God as Grizzly created salmon first, five kinds - and 'Raven's Advice to Humans' with the spare alliteration about the porpoise's purpose that reminded me of a haiku. It is in each of us.
. About this book A testament to the miraculous beings that share our planet and the places that they live, The Wild in You is a deeply-felt creative collaboration between one of our time's best nature photographers and a very talented and creative poet. Author Biography Lorna Crozier's award-winning books of poetry include The Blue Hour of the Day and Inventing the Hawk. Wherever she reads she raises the profile and reputation of poetry. Inspired by the majestic and savage beauty of a place where forest and sea meet, Ian McAllister's photographs and Lorna Crozier's poetry come together to translate the fierce emotion of the wilderness into the language of the human heart. McAllister's photographs are homage to the wild world. She is also the author of the memoir Small Beneath the Sky and the editor of several anthologies, including Addicted: Notes from the Belly of the Beast.
. Very good: A book that does not look new and has been read but is in excellent condition. Ian McAllister is a co-founder of the wildlife conservation organization Pacific Wild. May be very minimal identifying marks on the inside cover. . .
That is a message that goes straight to my heart. Then I went back, looked deeply at each photograph, and slowly re-read the accompanying poems. Poetry--Canada, Conservation, Environment, Nature, Poetry--Canada. . .
Possible ex library copy, thatâll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Beautifully written poems accompanied by gorgeous photos. Lorna Crozier did a beautiful job of translating the coast into words. She gave voice to the wild in a way that has resonated for me from childhood onward. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. Featuring over thirty beautiful full-size photographs of wolves, bears, sea lions, jellyfish, and other wild creatures paired with thirty original poems, The Wild in You challenges the reader to a deeper understanding of the connection between humans, animals, and our earth.
Playing in mud was not a means of making fake pies for me. A bit of background and muse offered by Dragonfly's curator: Mary Woodbury returns to ClimateCultures with this moving contribution to the series—where Members offer personal responses to film or audio pieces that open up a space for reflection whether head-on or at a slant on environmental and climate change. Customer Reviews Biography Lorna Crozier's award-winning books of poetry include The Blue Hour of the Day and Inventing the Hawk. . The perfect marriage and a hymn to our astonishing natural world.
The book is a result of poet Lorna Crozier's trip with McAllister, and then crafting poems triggered by that adventure and the photos he sent her. The book is a result of poet Lorna Crozier's trip with McAllister, and then crafting poems triggered by that adventure and the photos he sent her. In 1980 Lorna was the writer-in-residence at the Cypress Hills Community College in Swift Current; in 1983, at the Regina Public Library; and in 1989 at the University of Toronto. Register a Free 1 month Trial Account. Presently she lives near Victoria, where she teaches and serves as Chair in the Writing Department at the University.
You've waited as if time were just another kind of light. . All the earth asks is that we respond with awareness and love. She spoke of her collaboration with the incredibly talented photographer, Ian McAllister, her struggle to find the right words to honour his photographs and the life they presented. Dogs stopped me to visit.