Poetry

Sandra Noel works as a free-lance illustrator, graphic designer and interpretive writer developing awardwinning environmental education posters, brochures, exhibits and interpretive signs. Her poems have appeared in Pontoon, Protest Poems, Buddhist Poetry Review, Bellowing Ark, Elohi Gadugi Journal and others, four chapbooks intitled, “The Gypsy in my Kitchen,” and “Into the Green,” Finishing Line Press, “The River,” Kelsay Press, and “Unraveling the Endless Knot,” Middle Creek Publishing & Audio and“Love, Island,” a full-length poetry book published by Goldfish Press.

 

Love, Island

Love, Island

(66 pages.) $14.95

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“Want to connect with nature and spirit? Take a look at Sandra Noel’s poetry. Her words, her love of the natural world, her insight and wisdom will carry you away into a magical, real world where observer and observed and reader are one. She is one of my favorite nature poets writing today.”
—Jerry Austin, editor, Bellowing Ark Poetry journal.


Unraveling the Endless Knot

Unraveling the Endless Knot

(24 pages.) $16.00

On this site through paypal as well direct from the publisher. Middle Creek Press & Audio, www.middlecreekpublishing.com or direct from the author for wholesale buys at noeldesignllc@centurytel.net

“You will find great eco-literature in these poignant poems by Sandra Noel – with precise diction and great observation, she shows reverence for the earth and all her creatures, mourning for the same when man disrupts or destroys the delicate balance simply for greed or abuse of power. She cautions us that what is gone is gone. Will the melting of icebergs and the disappearing polar bears give us “50 words for loss / when we are finally done?”
—Koon Woon, author of The Truth in Rented Rooms, and Water Chasing Water.