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Naked Sacred Earth Poems

Dona Nieto (La Tigresa)

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ISBN 10: 1587902001 / ISBN 13: 9781587902000
Published by Regent Press
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Title: Naked Sacred Earth Poems

Publisher: Regent Press

Binding: PAPERBACK

Book Condition:Very Good

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This is a collection of passionate poems about nature that will inundate your senses like ''the perfume of a pure exquisite flower.'' This is poetry that reaches out from the page to touch you. This is poetry for lovers and for earth lovers. The moon becomes an intimate companion in these poems, and both the pain and rapture of Mother Nature are revealed with such depth and texture that the reader may feel that he or she has just made love with the Great Goddess and come away renewed.

About the Author:

Dona Nieto (born Donna Sue Scissors, aka La Tigresa) made international headlines in the fall of 2000 when she blockaded logging trucks with bare-breasted recitals of her poem, ''I Am The Goddess,'' putting her body on the line in the struggle to save California's ancient redwoods. A Phi Beta Kappa, cum laude graduate of the University of Michigan, she did graduate work in Creative Writing at San Francisco State University, and received a Writer-in-Residence grant from the Hedgebrook Farms Foundation for Women Writers. Her writing has been featured on NPR and in The San Francisco Chronicle, and her poems have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies. As a spoken word artist she has opened for Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Gary Snyder and is a frequent headliner at poetry events in the San Francisco Bay Area. The documentary film about her forest activism, ''Striptease to Save the Tress,'' created a stir at Sundance 2002 and can be viewed on her website. Some of the poems in this book are presented with jazz accompaniment on the CD, ''Naked Sacred Spoken Word,'' also available on her website. She lives on a houseboat in Sausalito, California.

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