Read “Morning” ecopoem by L.L. Barkat: I have tabbed the page / of H.D.’s ‘Oread,’ / with its plea—”whirl up” / —to the sea. (…)
Scientists: Jorge Ramos; Felipe Briceño Jacques | Artist: Malou Zuidema “The Lynchpin program explores ways to introduce ocean science to the community through the arts. It works in solidarity with reputable science, engages public attention in quirky new ways, and creates narratives that draw people in and prompt them to explore further.”
House on a hill. River down below. And the rains speckling the grass, dots of cold, salt-ocean.
Jody Sperling danced in the Arctic while accompanying a scientific mission studying the effects of melting ice, then choreographed a dance based on her experience.
An ethereal poem about the connectedness of past and present, as “Ghosts [thread] space between animals” and “float between silence and static.”