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Kristen Lindquist

Kristen Lindquist

Born: in Bangor Maine, USA
Resides: Camden, Maine, USA
E-mail: kelindquist (at) gmail (dot) com

I am a poet and freelance writer, as well as a naturalist and birding guide, enjoying life on the beautiful coast of Maine. Since 2009, I've written a daily haiku blog.

Books Published:

My publications include three books of non-haiku poetry: Invocation to the Birds (Oyster River Press, 2001); Transportation (Megunticook Press, 2011); Tourists in the Known World (Megunticook Press, 2017). Garrison Keillor has read three of my poems on NPR's The Writer's Almanac.

Selected Work
 
my mother singing
on my answering machine
another year
 
sea cliff
the best viewpoint
tagged by gulls
 
 
 
berry harvest
the blue taste
of fog
 
watching moonrise
wrapped in snow
cement Buddha
 
 
 
scent of sweetfern
on my fingers
warbler's song
 
sleepover
around my reading light
the moths join me
 
 

Credits:

“my mother singing“ — tinywords, Issue 18.1: 2018; “sea cliff“ — The Heron's Nest Vol. XX, Number 4: Dec. 2018; “berry harvest“ — cattails, October 2018; “watching moonrise“ — Autumn Moon Haiku Journal Issue 2:2: Autumn/Winter 2018; “scent of sweetfern“ — otata 35: November 2018; “sleepover“ — bottle rockets Issue 40: Feb. 2019.

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