Thread Count by Tricia Knoll

Background photo: Dakota Stark Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark

Background photo: Dakota Stark
Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark

Tricia Knoll an Oregon poet. Urban Wild is a chapbook based on interactions between humans and wildlife in urban habitat. Ocean’s Laughter (Aldrich Press, 2016) combines lyric and eco-poetry to look at change over time in a small Oregon town on the northern coast, Manzanita.
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A lot of Knoll’s work is eco-poetry. She gets her hands dirty in a variety of spaces planted for butterflies and pollinators, roses, vegetables, blueberries and a backyard full of native Pacific Northwest plants that slopes down to a small creek. She’s at peace with spiders, has tried many times to take pictures of webs that do the architecture justice. Part of her believes September rhymes with spider.

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