An interview with Randal Eldon Greene on the process of writing Unearthingly.
"Harrier" has sympathies with a lovelorn milliner obsessed with the Liberty Bell.
"The Thread" follows two deer hunters in a hallucinogenic stalk.
"Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium)" multiplies the uses of this plant, from weaving baskets to carving flutes to mixing poison.
"Hackberries," "New Recruits," and "Pollard," inquire into spirituality in Punt Volat.
The poem "Rocky Mont" constrains its vowels to O's during a terrible blizzard.
"Friend to Gnawledge" intervenes in the storied biography of a marginal naturalist in early 19th century Philadelphia.
"Wordless Indivisible Aura" and "Recipe for Holy": two English-to-English translations on healing and alchemy based on nineteenth century advertisements for wellness products.
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