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She Watches Wild Horses tells of an epic quest to repatriate a dying poet from exile in Mexico. As told by niece Elisa Salasin, it also, thrillingly, maps this mortal and verbal journey as the poet in her is awakened. The resulting chapbook is a tapestry of poetry and prose, dreams and the reality of growth, loss, and the complex paths that love takes throughout our lives. It is both the chronicle of a poet's death, and a rebirth experienced in throes of motherhood, creativity, and change.

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She Watches Wild Horses tells of an epic quest to repatriate a dying poet from exile in Mexico. As told by niece Elisa Salasin, it also, thrillingly, maps this mortal and verbal journey as the poet in her is awakened. The resulting chapbook is a tapestry of poetry and prose, dreams and the reality of growth, loss, and the complex paths that love takes throughout our lives. It is both the chronicle of a poet's death, and a rebirth experienced in throes of motherhood, creativity, and change.
Autorenporträt
Elisa Salasin is a poet and educator based in Berkeley, CA. She has had poetry, essays, op-eds, and photography, published in Colossus:Freedom, AMP:always electric, SF Public Library Poem of the Day, sPARKLE & bLINK, CounterPunch, and the Bay Area Writing Project's Digital Paper.