Barbara Hurd
 
Barbara Hurd  
“What kind of cultural enlightenment will it take for us to freely say that we value this or that because it is beautiful, because it nourishes the imagination, because it is good for the soul?”
 
 
from Barbara Hurd’s “Marginalia” in Stirring the Mud:
On Swamps, Bogs, and Human Imagination
     
 
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Stirring the Mud
Stirring the
Mud:
 
On Swamps,
Bogs, and Human Imagination
A Los Angeles Times Book of the Year
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Entering the Stone
Entering the Stone:
 
On Caves and Feeling Through
the Dark
A Library Journal Best Natural History Book of the Year
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Walking the Wrack Line
Walking the Wrack Line:
 
On Tidal Shifts
and What
Remains
“There's scarcely anyone writing better about the natural world than Barbara Hurd”
Alan Cheuse
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The Singer's Temple
The Singer's Temple:
 
Poems
Winner of the Bright Hill Press Poetry Award
   
   
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Stepping into the Same River Twice:
Published by Savage River Watershed Association
Copies available through Main Street Books, Frostburg, MD
301-689-5605 or mainstreetbooks@comcast.net
All proceeds from book sales will be donated to SRWA.
 
 
      
 
 
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