DESERT MEDITATIONS by Barbara Wiedemann

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In this marvelous cycle of poems, Wiedemann crouches, all sinew, like the desert hare, listening for the sound of revelation. Readers, prepare to listen in!

–Suzanne La Rosa, publisher and cofounder, NewSouth Books

 

Barbara Wiedemann‘s Desert Meditations takes the reader along with her as she revels in the sights, sounds, colors, and smells of the wilds of the American West. These poems reflect a real appreciation and love of nature in its purest form, free from the taint of what we call progress.

–Ed George, Alabama poet whose latest collection is Dark Roast.

 

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DESERT MEDITATIONS

by Barbara Wiedemann

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Barbara Wiedemann has spent her life reading, first into the early morning hours when she was a student at Horseheads High in upstate New York, then as an English major at SUNY Buffalo, and finally at the University of South Florida, where she studied American literature and received her Masters and Ph.D. She taught American literature and creative writing at Auburn University at Montgomery until she retired in 2015. She is the author of Josephine Herbst’s Short Fiction: A Window to her Life and Times (Susquehanna University Press) and three chapbooks—Half-Life of Love, Sometime in October, Death of a Pope and Other Poems (all published by Finishing Line Press).

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