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Heartbeat Geography: New and Selected Poems

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A major collection of Brandi’s work, spanning nearly thirty years of travel— from early poems written in South America to those from India, Southeast Asia, the Himalayas, the Arctic, the North American outback, the deep solitude of New Mexico’s mountains, and always from the continent of the heart.

“Brandi’s sandy poem mandalas, crisscrossing back and forth on their own pat
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Paperback, 256 pages
Published April 1st 1995 by White Pine Press
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John Brandi, poet, painter, essayist and haiku writer, has resided in New Mexico for 35 years. Over the decades his poems and essays have celebrated his rambles into the unexpected crannies of the high desert, as well as presenting his conversations with bizarre loners, spunky elders, and eccentric renegades.

As a poet, Brandi owes much to the Beat tradition, and to poets as diverse as Federico Ga
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