The Gary Snyder Reader
prose, poetry, and translations, 1952-1998
from He who hunted birds in his father's village
from The real work
from Passage through India
Letters. To Philip Whalen (1954-1961) ; To Wil Petersen (1957-1958)
from The practice of the wild
from A place in space
from The great clod project
The Paris Review interview
Selections from journals. Japan, "of all the wild Sakura" ; Australia ; Ladakh ; Botswana and Zimbabwe
Uncollected essays. Walking the Great Ridge Ōmine on the Womb-Diamond trail ; Walking downtown Naha ; Is nature real? ; Entering the fiftieth millennium
from Myths and texts
from The back country
from Regarding wave
from Turtle Island
from Axe handles
from Left out in the rain
from Cold Mountain poems (translations)
from Miyazawa Kenji (translations)
Sixteen T'ang poems (translations)
Long bitter song (translations)
from No nature
from Mountains and rivers without end
New poems. Icy mountains constantly walking ; Summer of ninety-seven ; "This present moment"
Zen poetry, American
Gary Snyder is the recipient of the 2012 Wallace Stevens Award for lifetime achievement from the Academy of American Poets.
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