About the Book
"We watched the crows attack the mothstorm from every direction, they dove and turned and swooped, seemingly unaware of anything else but this feast swarming all around them. I saw a crow smash straight into the ground chasing one. I saw one hit yet another car, a little green Civic as it made its way through. I saw two crows smash into each other, they never stopped flying, they never stopped chasing moths. I wondered what the crows were thinking. Probably the opposite of me. They must have felt like the luckiest crows alive."
I'm a poet and writer living in Seattle, tending to a garden for two cats. I received my MFA in Writing & Poetics from the Naropa Institute in 1999. Follow me on instagram or at pedalpoet.com to take part in some collaborative poetry, or to read a few stories. Thank you for your support.