Ian Marshall is a professor of English and Environmental Studies at Penn State Altoona and a former president of the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment. He is the author of Story Line: Exploring the Literature of the Appalachian Trail, Peak Experiences: Walking Meditations on Literature, Nature, and Need, Walden by Haiku, and Border Crossings: Walking the Haiku Path on the International Appalachian Trail.
First Pages of Border Crossings by Ian Marshall
Savor the first pages of Border Crossings: Walking the Haiku Path on the International Appalachian Trail by Ian Marshall. Now available in paperback and kindle editions wherever books are sold. [issuu width=420 height=325 shareMenuEnabled=false showHtmlLink=false printButtonEnabled=false shareButtonEnabled=false searchButtonEnabled=false backgroundColor=%23222222 documentId=120214163648-13d9da8910ef44f49062e1c9fbef0f95 name=border_crossings_preview username=hiraethpress tag=haiku unit=px id=59e88816-1fb9-9210-1b61-ab31a2f96d3f...
Ian Marshall | Ripples Blog Series
To conclude our exploration of hiraeth, we offer you a piece by Ian Marshall, author of Border Crossings: Walking the Haiku Path on the International Appalachian Trail. This is the final post in this chapter of the Ripples Blog Series. Border Crossings is set to be Hiraeth Press’ first book of 2012; it will be released in just a few short weeks on February 24th. ◊ Hiraeth by Ian Marshall Hiraeth: “longing”; “homesickness.” To long for something means that it is not present; to be homesick means you are away from home. The notion puts us in...
L.M. Browning Interviews Author Ian Marshall
In his book, The Stars, The Snow, The Fire, Alaskan poet and essayist John Haines said: “The trails I made led outward into the hills and swamps, but they led inward also. And from the study of things underfoot, and from reading and thinking, came a kind of exploration, myself and the land. …to take the trail and not look back.” On February 24th Hiraeth Press will be releasing its first title of 2012, Border Crossings: Walking the Haiku Path on the International Appalachian Trail by Ian Marshall. This book follows...