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“I generally find contemporary poetry overly pretentious, and intentionally opaque, but Sam’s poetry is lucid and provocative. Now Sam writes beautifully of environmental shame and hope.”
--Denis Hayes, President of the Bullitt Foundation, and national coordinator of the first Earth Day in 1970.

“May the awakenings which have come to this big-hearted poet ripple out to transform our entire society, for Sam Love has become our modern-day Walt Whitman, a beam of light in this moment of darkness.”
--Dr. Gary Paul Nabhan, a
uthor of numerous books on the Southwest’s threatened biology, recipient MacArthur Genius Grant and research scientist on Southwestern Borderlands Food and Water Security at the University of Arizona.