Spaces Both Infinite and Eternal
Poems by B.J. Buckley
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Spaces Both Infinite and Eternal is a collection of poems of the natural world, quiet, unspoken events—the accidental death of an owl, a porcupine gorging on apples, unobserved fragrant meadows, the roar of wind through cottonwoods. The presence of man is barely acknowledged in the rugged western landscapes of these poems. Even the poet’s voice is a most quiet guide through rural, mountainous territory.
A native of Wyoming, B.J. Buckley lives on a ranch near Power, Montana. She’s worked in Arts-in-the-Schools programs throughout the Rocky Mountain West for more than 30 years. She’s the author of two previous books of poems, Artifacts (Willow Bee Press, 1987) and Moonhorses & The Red Bull, with artist Dawn Trask (Pronghorn Press, 2005). She’s the recipient of several prestigious awards, including the Joy Harjo Prize from Cutbank: A Journal of the Arts, the Rita Dove Poetry Award from the center for Women Writers at Salem College, The Robert Penn Warren Narrative Poetry Prize, and the Comstock Review Poetry Prize.
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