Barbara Hurd
Barbara Hurd  
“I’ll not attempt to make much of a dead clam’s ascendancy, except to offer it as further evidence that the world is full of both beauty and breakage. If there’s an illusionless behest on the beach today, it’s this: how to live well, here, among the delicacies and ruins, the necessary insufficiencies of mystery and loss.”
from Barbara Hurd’s “Angel Wings” in Walking the Wrack Line:
On Tidal Shifts and What Remains
Selected Interviews
NPR's Alan Cheuse on Walking the Wrack Line:
The Diane Rehm Show on Entering the Stone:
Charlie Rossiter on Stirring the Mud:
WFWM's Keith Schlegel on Walking the Wrack Line:   (Dialogues #15)
Mark Lynch on Walking the Wrack Line:
The Jung Institute Conference on "The Soul of Beauty"