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Inhaltsangabe: As sailboat captain, rower, flyfisher, gardener, and Quaker naturalist, SUSAN SCHMIDT writes poems about moving from dark into light as she plays in boats and walks long trails. She remembers bright parrots, big trout, gales at sea, glaciers, peach pie, old loves, Celtic ancestry, Civil War battlefields, and learning to navigate. Her Carolina Parakeet poem appears in Literary Trails of Eastern North Carolina (UNC Press, 2013). Her Gettysburg poem won the 2012 Guy Owen Poetry Prize. Susan has worked as science-policy analyst and professor of literature and environmental decision-making. Susan now edits books, with the same mindfulness as pruning apple trees, and walks beaches with her Boykin Spaniel, a Silkie like her, happiest wet. Salt Runs in My Blood relates the poet?s personal journey?mostly by boat: her inner flights and actual escape as she loves her family and natural neighbors. Observing birds, she learns her own survival strategies. She travels to New Zealand, Alaska, the West Indies, but stays South where she can name the trees and swim year round. Vulnerable on land, she is more confident on the water. The book could have been called ?The Watery Part of the World.? Part I of Salt Runs in My Blood, ?Estuary,? opens with the poet?s Chesapeake homeplace; learning to sail from her father whose ancestors were Chesapeake ship captains four hundred years (salt), her mother?s Irish side (soil and ink), Civil War generals, and scuba diving. Falling as a rockclimber, she turns to paddling. Fleeing a scary marriage, she goes to sea. ?Open Ocean,? part II, follows her delivering sailboats across oceans to the islands. In ?Pocket Water,? part III, she flyfishes in North Carolina mountains, leaves a tired romance, returns to Virginia rivers. In ?Sea Level,? part IV, the poet walks the Camino de Santiago and settles on the Carolina coast where she survives hurricanes, rows and swims.

Über den Autor: As developmental editor, SUSAN SCHMIDT polishes science and history books, novels, and memoirs?with the same mindfulness as pruning apple trees. She has been a professor of literature and environmental decision-making, sailboat delivery captain, and government science-policy analyst. She has a doctorate in American literature and a Masters in Environmental Sciences. To witness natural diversity, she walked the Camino de Santiago, Cornwall Coastal Path, Scottish Highlands, Ring of Kerry, and Appalachian Trail; surveyed birds in Kenya and Ecuador; paddled Prince William Sound and Milford Sound; and delivered sailboats to the West Indies. Her homeplace is the Chesapeake Bay in Virginia, and her homeport is Beaufort, North Carolina, where she walks beaches with her Boykin Spaniel. Susan Schmidt?s two new books are Song of Moving Water, an environmental novel where a young woman organizes a mountain community to fight a proposed dam, and Salt Runs in My Blood?poems about journeys in boats and walking long trails. Her poems appear in Literary Trails of Eastern North Carolina and won the 2012 Guy Owen Poetry Prize. She wrote Landfall Along the Chesapeake, In the Wake of Captain John Smith (Johns Hopkins University Press), an ecological history and boat adventure.

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