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atardecer en lago Chelenko
evening on Lago Chelenko, Patagonia
Hello out there—
I am putting together this latest edition of our Sage Green Journal adventure down here in the far, far south, in Chilean Patagonia, a long way from what seems like the current chaos back "home" in the States. Far from posturing politicians ranting about fake news. Patagonia is a great getaway, but politics is everywhere. And sometimes it even works. I cling to André Malraux's dictum, "the duty of man is hope."
Our featured poet for this edition is John Casquarelli who has embarked on an interesting cross-gnerational and cross-language collaboration with his Cuban grandfather, also a poet. I was of two minds about whether his grandfather's Spanish needed an accompanying translation. But seemingly John didn't think so. Let's see if this works. . . . Let us know.
Thanks for visiting. Stay in touch and be well—
and from the other side of the world—
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