The Grand Array: Writings on Nature, Science, and Spirit (Paperback)
The Grand Array is a stunning collection of 18 essays by widely acclaimed poet Pattiann Rogers. Written over a span of 25 years, in these essays Rogers daringly lays out the essential unity of science, spirituality, the arts, and our sensual experience of the physical world. With an anecdotal and lyrical style, Rogers celebrates human existence and questions many of our basic concepts about nature, God, and the importance of faith. Praised by everyone from Barry Lopez to Terry Tempest Williams, Rogers has an incredible perspective and finesse with which she weaves a magnificent tapestry of themes.
About the Author
Pattiann Rogers is the author of more than 15 books of poetry and prose including "Wayfare," "Firekeeper," and "Generations." She has been widely anthologized and published in magazines and journals including "The New Yorker," "Orion," "The Paris Review," "Wilderness," "The New Republic," and many others.