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It Can Be Solved By Walking
It Can be Solved by Walking, a collection of poems, writings and photographs in search of the place of self and collective (human and nonhuman) in an urban ecosystem; a reflection on and response to Ted Nordhaus and Edward Shellenberger’s statement that “Humans have become the meaning of the earth” and poet, George Oppen's assertion that "The meaning of the word here contains the meaning of oneself." Published by CityLit Press in 2012.
It Can be Solved by Walking , is part of a wider artistic project, Shining Like the Sun.
WYPR Interviews Jennifer about It Can Be Solved By Walking
Tell me what you know
Tell me what you know and don't know.
I will, too. Knew to knee, let's sit
among the seasons and nebulae.
Among colossal pinpricks: an emptiness.
And in those cold waters, we'll moor
our separate boats in the other's company,
wander the continents, each country, our cities,
the fields we rolled in, and where--one day--
we'll lay ourselves to root again.