Crossings: A Record of Travel

Crossings a Record of Crossing

by Michael Jennings

Whether he locates himself in the stark Iranian deserts, or the filigreed, ornate streets of his boyhood New Orleans, or in the wildest landscapes of our primal imagination, Michael Jennings strips to the core in a voice that embodies the rhythms of cycles, migrations, seasons, deaths and rebirths.
    —Gregory Djanikian


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About the Author

Michael Jennings was born in the French Quarter of New Orleans and grew up in East Texas and the deserts of southwestern Iran. His work has been translated into Czech, Lithuanian and Chinese. For 32 years he has lived with his wife and muse, poet Suzanne Shane, along with their pack of Siberian Huskies, overlooking Otisco Lake in Upstate New York. This is his 10th book of poems.

Jennings was awarded the 2016 Book Award for Poetry by the Downtown YMCA Writers Center sponsored by the Gifford Foundation. More information about Michael Jennings and his work can be found in the web article:  http://auburnpub.com/wocjournal/lifestyles/landscape-of-youth-marietta-writer-pens-life-journey-in-award/article_574e1d7c-52b2-5ecd-a2f0-dc933b1c52c1.html.