Seed Wheel

These are poems we’ll return to when we need to make sense, celebrate, mourn, and eulogize.

    — CMarie Fuhrman
        Camped Beneath the Dam: Poems and co-editor of Native Voices

Seed Wheel is available from the Imprint Bookstore in Port Townsend. Seed Wheel was published in September 2021 by Lost Horse Press.

Long Way Through Ruin

Wild in their domesticity, mythical in their realism, ethereal in their lyric beauty, Hunt's poems explore the boundaries between love and loss, longing and regret.

    — Kim Barnes
        Hungry for the World and In the Kingdom of Men

Long Way Through Ruin is available from the Imprint Bookstore in Port Townsend and Elliott Bay Books in Seattle. Long Way Through Ruin was published by Blue Begonia Press.


That Willow

Coal Hill Review
Road Trip

Crab Creek Review
Do You Consider Yourself a Nature Poet?

Frontier Poetry
What Rituals Did You Perform?

Narrative Magazine
What Do the Hands Remember? (Poem of the Week)

Missouri Review
Yellowstone (Poem of the Week)
What Is to Be Done?
The Journalism Student
Family History
Fire in the North Country
Domestic Animals

Poetry Northwest and (Academy of American Poets)
An Offering

Orion Magazine
Against Spring

Spud Henry
Talking Like This 

Rappahannock Review
Reading Hamlet
Water Children

Credo is a short film by the filmmaker Peggy Case based on a poem from Long Way Through Ruin.

The poignancy of not knowing who we are and not being able to hold on to or control our quickly passing life connects us with the vastness and depth of the living heart.

— Joseph Brodsky