Linda Watanabe McFerrin shares a story about her adventure in the Okefenokee Swamp, a 438,000-acre, peat-filled wetland straddling the Georgia–Florida line.
Linda Watanabe McFerrin shares two poems from her upcoming book which speak to the inhuman aftereffects of the atomic revolution and to the suffering, sacrifice, courage and price that is paid when horror trumps humanity
Hear Linda Watanabe McFerrin read her apocalyptic poem, “Sakura no Sono” featured in her upcoming compendium “Navigating the Divide.”
Today’s Featured Poem is “This August” by Linda Watanabe McFerrin.
Linda Watanabe McFerrin breaks down the components of the introduction and explains its function in her newest book, “Navigating the Divide.”
Maryland Poet Laureate, Grace Cavalieri, reviews the newest book from author Linda Watanabe McFerrin.
Learn what famed travel writer, Tim Cahill, has to say about Linda Watanabe McFerrin’s new ASP Legacy Book, “Navigating the Divide.”
What do bestselling authors Anne Lamott and Jasmin Darznik think of Linda Watanabe McFerrin’s “Navigating the Divide”?
What does bestselling author Anne Lamott think of Linda Watanabe McFerrin’s “Navigating the Divide”?
“Our communications are profuse and immediate, as is our consciousness of the interrelationship of all that exists. We’ve seen what we often leave in our wake—homeless populations, spoiled wilderness. We can see the way the decisions and investments that we make, here, everyday, can effect just how much milk a baby in Uganda gets. Our world is a teeming, mysterious, multi-cultural mousetrap of a place where everything seems to hinge on something else. We share a new concept of this planet as a finite space, dense, and more difficult than ever to navigate. We live in an environment fraught with hazard, and it is important to have good guides, guides with insight—those who tread softly.”