Thursday, February 3, 2011

Brute Neighbors



At a time when our environment is under constant threat, we turn to an unlikely source for answers: The city. In this urgent anthology, poets, photographers and essayists show there is much to be learned at the intersection of the urban and the wild.

Featuring the work of Dolores Wilber, Stuart Dybek, David Baker, Susan Hahn, Reginald Gibbons, Edw ard Hirsch, Don Share, Billy Lombardo, Rachel Jamison Webster, Deborah Nodler Rosen, Ralph Mills, Maureen Seaton, cin salach, Chris Green, Patricia McMillen, Margaret Brady, David Trinidad, Kristy Bowen, Rachel Contreni Flynn, Helen Degen Cohen, Dina Elenbogen, Maureen Tolman Flannery, Mary Hawley, Mike Puican, Marc Smith, Patricia Monaghan, Susen James, Alice George, Arielle Greenberg, James Shea, Ed Roberson, Kathleen Kirk, Larry Janowski, Richard Jones, E. Ethelbert Miller, Tony Trigilio, Virginia Bell, Cecilia Pinto, Julie Parson Nesbitt, Martha Modena Vertreace-Doody, Elise Paschen, Barry Silesky, Christian Wiman, Jan Bottiglieri, Brenda Cardenas, Patricia Smith, Allan Johnston, Mark Turcotte, Christina Pugh, Mark Curran, Miles Harvey, Michele Morano, S.L. Wisenberg, Liam Heneghan, Peter Karklins, Sean Kirkland, Mary Jane Duffy, Perry A. Zurn, Barbara Willard, Randall Honold and Elizabeth Crane.

More info here!

Email Alecia at Depaul’s Humanities Center- aperson@depaul.edu - and free copies will be sent to you!

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