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Rock, a poem by Elizabeth Glenn-Copeland

By Cornellier – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,

Elizabeth Glenn-Copeland. Contributed,

Elizabeth Glenn-Copeland is an eco-poet, writer and theater artist whose career over the past many decades has evolved at the intersection of arts and activism. After moving three times in less than nine months due to covid-related challenges, Elizabeth and her musician husband landed along the Parrsboro shore in Jan. 2021 and are grateful to be part of such a welcoming community.

Daring to Hope at the Cliff’s Edge: Pangea’s Dream Remembered”, a book of narrative eco-poetry, was written as part of Elizabeth’s 2018 residency at the Joggins Fossil Institute. The book is published by Chapel Street Editions.

Listen to an animated excerpt from the book: here:

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