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Writing Down the River, July 30th

Posted on Jun 30, 2011

The Ipswich River Watershed Association will be hosting me for a nature writing workshop this July.  Information on signing up is below.  You can also RSVP via Facebook: Writing Down the River. Please join us for a Writers Workshop with Jason Kirkey on Saturday, July 30th, 1-4pm at Riverbend, 143 County Road, Ipswich. Writing Down the River will explore what it means to participate in the Ipswich River Watershed through writing — whether it’s poetry or prose, fiction or nonfiction. Together with author and poet Jason Kirkey, we’ll spend time reading examples of ecologically ...

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Estuaries: Coming May 21, 2011

Posted on Dec 26, 2010

There is an estuary where streams and wild rivers meet and mingle with the salted tides. It gathers all the water to it— like the afterlife of rain: inevitable! I too must be an estuary of confluent tides— this earth-body of antlered thoughts, the decay of leaves: my branching mind. Tumbling with stones and salmon toward the sea, the rivers of the Earth move through me. —Jason...

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Song of the Wild

Posted on Jun 10, 2010

As promised, here is the Future Primitive interview conducted by Joanna Harcourt-Smith.

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Winner of the Silver Medal

Posted on Jun 5, 2010

It is with great pleasure that I inform you that The Salmon in the Spring is now the recipient of the silver medal for the 2010 Independent Publisher Book Awards (IPPY) in the mind-body-spirit category.  No doubt this will spell great things for the future. Additionally, UK readers now have the option of ordering The Salmon in the Spring from the Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids.  Shipping internationally is quite expensive so I hope that this will alleviate that issue.  Of course, if you prefer to buy directly from the author that option is still available. Finally, I have added several...

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The Salmon in the Spring Released

Posted on Nov 6, 2009

Many bits of good news to share.  The Salmon in the Spring was officially released on November 1st and thanks to everyone who ordered it achieved an overall sales rank of #1300 on Amazon.com; reaching #1 in their Celtic Mythology section and the #2 position in Celtic Spirituality, beat only by John O’Donohue’s Anam Cara. Of course, Amazon.com sales ranks are fleeting and it has now returned to a more humble number. If you haven’t yet ordered your copy you can do so now from your favorite online retailer or directly from this website in the book section. I’m extending...

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