Marcia Slatkin reads from, Cheese After Fukushima: Poems for a Changing Planet
Confrontingclimate-dangers that threaten life on earth. Join local author and poet, MarciaSlatkin, as she reads from her latest book, CheeseAfter Fukushima: Poems for a Changing Planet.
Hearvoices of earth entities – the warning of a melting glacier; a triumphant jellyfish, having filled seas now depleted of large species; and the apology of fireas it consumes vast forests, unable to quell its appetite.
“Minimalist, musical, and boldly imaginative,” says onereviewer.
“Slatkin shows an impressive breadth of vision, andengages… in urgent fashion,” says another.
Comelisten and then join in for a discussion afterwards about our climate situationat this unique and timely program. Happens in the East Room.
About Marcia Slatkin: Living in Rhinebeck,Slatkin is a playwright and photographer as well as a poet. Her published booksinclude, A Woman Milking: Barnyard Poems,Word Press, 2006
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