the nature-worshiping, fun-loving adventurer’s guide
After a hiatus, The Outdoor Poet returns with "How Hard is It to Write a Love Song" by Iranian-born poet Sholeh Wolpé.
From the Gold Country poet, "Deer in The Road" and "Lizard."
Two by the Monterey poet: "Snowy Egret Cove" and "Full Moon."
From the Pacific Grove poet, "Ocean Gifts" and "The Sky Has No Borders."
From the Cabrillo College instructor and New Cadence Poetry Series founder, "Crescent Flower."
Poems from the writer, painter, former SF cop and Cabrillo College instructor.
'Davenport,' by poet and plein-aire painter Pegatha Hughes.
Poems about familiar places by the Santa Cruz poet.
Three poems about the writer's Sierra Nevada upbringing.
In this week's Outdoor Poet, the ukulele-strumming Poetry Sleuth, a.k.a. Ira Lightman, shares two poems and a video.
Why bodysurfing is making a comeback... read more
Crowds and trash in the Big Sur... read more
A visit to the newly completed Grove... read more
When Rocky, Josh, Greta and Rick... read more
You hear its song before you see it... read more
Sooty shearwaters are rarely seen up... read more
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