About the Book
(Winner of the 2013 Saboteur Award for Best Mixed Anthology. http://sabotagereviews.com/2013/05/30/saboteur-awards-2013-the-winners/)
Collection of works curated by Agnes Marton (poetry editor) and Harriette Lawler (art editor).
An estuary is that part of the mouth or lower course of a river in which the river’s current meets the sea’s tide. Estuarine environments are among the most productive on earth, creating habitats for 1000s of species to live, feed, and reproduce. 26 artists and 57 poets from around the world have come together in this full color book to create an estuary of images and words, art and poetry flowing together in 61 artworks and 58 poems. A directory of links to the book's contributors are at
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Originally from Louisiana, Ms. Lawler currently resides in the New Mexico mountains, but lived and worked in NYC for 20 years. As a sculptor, she has shown her work in Europe and throughout the USA; co-founded and co-directed two artists cooperatives (Matters of the Art in Louisiana and Art Jemez in NM); organized and curated many art exhibitions; and published four books under her art company Moon and Mountain. She was designer and art editor for all four books. Other publishing credentials include Rolling Stone, The Village Voice, and Popular Mechanics.