Pulse of the River: Colorado Writers Speak for the Endangered Cache la Poudre

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Gary Wockner, Laura Pritchett
Big Earth Publishing, Sep 1, 2006 - Nature - 197 pages
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A celebrated anthology that instills hope for the triumphant survival of one of Colorado's premier water sources. The stories provoke the heart and soul while enveloping the reader in the rising rapids and sagging ditches of the Cache la Poudre River. Each expressive contributor has become part of something larger than themselves, their writing like the river: inviting, sympathetic, and devoted.
 

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Contents

Gary Wockner Against the Current
5
Tim Vaughan Haiku
16
Evan Oakley Memoir
27
Clarissa Pinkola Estes The Soul Is a River The River
41
Todd Simmons Death and Decay in the Poudre
49
A Kind of Vertigo
55
Robert King Poudre Poems
64
Steve Miles First Night Without Rain
78
Ted Lardner Poudre River Poem
124
Diane Fromme The Mirror in the River
125
Carl R Nassar Under the Benevolent Influence of
134
John Calderazzo Highway Flagman
141
Our Bodies Are Rivers
153
Scott Woods Sudden Swim with apologies
162
Lary Kleeman Watercolor
174
Kerri Mitchell Coming Back
181

Veronica Patterson Following the River
90
Christopher Mulrooney Pass
97
Patricia Nolan Five Haiku for Cache la Poudre River
112
Bill Tremblay On the Trail of the Sublime Along
187
James Galvin Cache la Poudre
195
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Rick Bass is the author of sixteen acclaimed books of fiction & nonfiction, including "Where the Sea Used to Be" & "The Sky, the Stars, the Wilderness".

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