Eberhart, Katie-Unbound: Alaska Poems
out of print
Katie Eberhart's chapbook 'Unbound: Alaska Poems' was published in 2013 by Uttered Chaos Press. Her poems and essays have appeared various places, including Cirque Journal, Sand Journal, Elohi Gadugi Journal, Crab Creek Review, the Deschutes Land Trust and 49 Writers (Alaska) blogs, and the Northwest Accordion News. Katie has a lifetime of mucking around with nature and an MFA in Creative writing from Rainier Writing Workshop/Pacific Lutheran University. For 28 years Katie, and her husband Chuck Logsdon, lived in a log house in Alaska. The house, built in 1935 for the Matanuska Colony, became a character in Katie’s life and part of her story, along with the garden, forest, streams and mountains. Katie and Chuck currently reside in Oregon where Katie plays accordion, arranges music for accordion ensembles, and is working on her book ‘Cabin 135: An Elemental Memoir of Alaska.’ Katie’s periodic nature and poetry blog is https://solsticelight.wordpress.com/. Her web site is katieeberhart.com.
Near Hatcher Pass, Alaska, July 5, 2006 © by Katie Eberhart