Poetry Published in the Vita Brevis Anthology “Nothing Divine Dies: The Poetry of Nature”


Thrilled to know that the anthology “Nothing Divine Dies: The Poetry of Nature” ,about time by Vita Brevis Press and curated by EIC Brian Geiger was launch yesterday. I’m thankful to Brian for selecting my poem ” “Gardening is Like a Prayer in Hope” and “The Sound of Rain” as part of the anthology.  So happy to share the spaces with some of my oldest writers in the community Ivor Steven, Gabriela Marie Milton, Jaya Avendal, Robert Okaji, Katy Santiff, Walt Page and many more.

In words of EIC Brian Geiger:

After months of preparation and over a thousand submissions, Nothing Divine Dies: The Poetry of Nature (Vita Brevis Poetry Anthology, III) has been officially released. This is a powerful volume of nature poetry by emerging and established artists. I appreciate all of you who made this possible. It’s an honor to work alongside such talented poets. Here’s to the new year — may it be a creative one.

From a shaft of sunlight warming the kitchen floor to a lush forest by Walden pond, what is it about experiencing nature that pleases and fulfills us? In the third volume of the Vita Brevis Poetry Anthology, established and emerging poets from around the world show what nature means to them. This is nature poetry at its most precise and moving, continuing the long tradition of Transcendentalism, deciphering ourselves and the world that sustains us — with art.”

Please support the indie press by purchasing a copy of the anthology here. Looking forward for my copy to arrive.

Happy Poetry Month!!

Megha Sood

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