poems by Chris Hoffman
About the Book
Every page of Cairns conveys the sacral, as revealed by the indwelling spirit of deserts, glacial fjords, kitti wakes, bald eagles, bears, and pine forests. Chris Hoffman’s vision is prayerful but not preachy. His voice, reverential but never pretentious. If Cairns is anything to go by, one would be pleased to meet him.— Reg Saner, poet and essayist, author of So This is the Map, The Four-Cornered Falcon, etc. and winner of the Colorado Book Award
How did he ever get that much light into this small book? Cairns is the kind of joy bears would want if they were human.— Evan Hodkins, Director of the School of Alchemy
Chris Hoff man’s thoughts and imagery evoke a myriad of life’s experiences in a few rich, moving lines. This book is a journey you will be delighted to share.— Francesca Ciancimino Howell, author of Making Magic with Gaia: Practices to Heal Ourselves and Our Planet
About the Author
Chris Hoff man is a poet, ecopsychologist, and organizati onal consultant. His poems have appeared in nati onal journals including Appalachia, The Christian Science Monitor, Sea Kayaker, Sufi Journal, and The Chrysalis Reader, and in the anthology The Soul Unearthed. In addition to his other poetry book, Realizati on Point, Chris is the author of The Hoop and the Tree, a book on ecopsychology and nati ve wisdom.