Organic in Cascadia: A Sequence of Energies – Paul E Nelson

Paul is a poet and a tireless advocate for Cascadia. He has written a description of what he calls "Organic" poetry and shows its refractions and its heritage in a poetic flow of references. Paul's focus is on the west coast and talks about how it is influenced more by the east than the west, …

An Island Neighbor – Haliaeetus leucocephalus washingtoniensis

"The Haida believed both animals and people had souls, which were essentially the same. The bodies of different animals were merely their "canoes" and all were capable of assuming other forms at will; "or better, they possessed a human form, and assumed their other forms when consorting with men." The killer whales were believed to …

Poem – Now It Is

Now It Is motions today are real,  and yet they house   potentialities   that are full.  They are not present   and yet the scent of them is.  it is the mystery of their  unfolding   that draws me in.

San Juan Islands in Winter

  This is  a series of photographs taken in the winter of 2012. The San Juan Islands rest between Seattle and Vancouver, BC in the Salish Sea. The Salish Sea is part of a body of water that extends the inland sea of the Pacific from Olympia, Washington to Haines, Alaska.