Live Event: The Poet-Scientist: Where Wonder and Data Collide

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Edward Abbey wrote that a landscape can be understood best by “poets who have their feet planted in concrete—concrete data—and by scientists whose heads and hearts have not lost the capacity for wonder.” Orion‘s poetry editor was joined by poet-scientists Eva Saulitis, Elizabeth Bradfield, and Fred Swanson for a discussion of how the voice and mind of the artist and scientist form a unique understanding of the land.