Read an excerpt: “True North”
Hear Patricia Killelea read a poem:
Praise for Other Suns
A marsh of all places - Patricia Killelea abides in this wild realm, writes of its character with respectful human engagement, and searches - by listening - to the flow, temper, song, and silence of its birds and water. In the saturated earth of Northern California's Montezuma Slough, where the poet lives deeply, Killelea is the sharpest spiritual eye. Her voice is important to all who would learn, from the very silt of Creation, how to navigate personal and ecological disasters with a bold and pure adherence to vision.
In Other Suns, the poet takes us, in her words, to 'this in-between place ... we peel back to," the heart's place of ' merging voices and life saying itself to life again.'" As a reader, I have received gratefully the fog in my throat and my mouth, indeed, tastes this river.
--Inés Hernández Āvila
About Patricia Killelea
Patricia Killelea is currently a doctoral student in Native American Studies at the University of California at Davis. Originally from the Bay Area, CA, she holds an M.A. in Creative Writing from UCD.
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