When: September 20 5:30 - 8:30
Location: New Mexico Governors' Mansion
“My Thin-Skinned Wandering" embraces image, language and texture through poetry and photography. It is a powerful invitation for the reader to become more than a reader of poems—to engage with transparency, the literary fragment and the image in such a way that the book becomes felt-experience, both physically and emotionally. The poems are a testament to what is born of loss, to the abiding natural world, and to embracing the intensity of longing so that the door can be opened to what mystery reveals. In the words of the poet, ‘this dim notion of life’s myriad details matters.’”
— Renée Gregorio, Tres Chicas Books.
Piper Leigh is a writer, photographer and bookmaker as well as a learning designer and educator. She sees poetry as a conversation — listening and giving voice to what is meaningful in the weave of story, community, and land.
As founder of Comunica, she designs interactive workshops to guide leaders and groups as they convert ideas into action. She is the author of the book series: Art & Science of: Courageous Conversation, Meetings, Innovation and Collaborative Practice. “Art and my work with communities and groups enliven each other — create a rich livelihood.” Whether through her work as a poet or Comunica, Piper is committed to inspiring courageous creativity to build a culture of connection in our world.