Casting for tarpon, paddling bioluminescent bays, adhering to a small boat in a storm-tossed sea, philosophizing in quaint tavernas, and getting lost on remote island trails are just a few of the experiences examined in my latest book– the fruit of an indie project that I’m proud to offer interested readers.
Slow Sea Rising is an 80-page lyrical blend resulting from a lifelong investigation of our far-flung capes and islands. From imaginative origins of life in the rising brine to personal jaunts through Caribbean, Mediterranean and oceanic isles, this perfect-bound paperback constitutes more than a collection of connected poems. A strong, consistent volume, SSR reflects an ecological urgency and the pleasures of independent maritime travel. If you’re interested in a copy, let me know and I’ll get one to you pronto.
That said, I’ll soon be hiking and birding Costa Rica for a couple of weeks (and even casting for wild rainbows in the cloud forest!) high above the rising seas. Wish me luck, take care, and please stay tuned.