Drift of the Hunt
Drift of the Hunt, and its central personae the Goat-Man, grows from mixed soil, the Appalachian foothills of South Carolina and Georgia; Shamanism and Shinto; Eastern European folk tales; the foundries and steel mills of Western Pennsylvania; the belief that there is a very fine line between humor and horror; and Gary Snyder's admonition that the poet should have one foot in the Paleolithic and one in the present.
ISBN-10: 0978613104, ISBN-13: 978-0978613105
Arts and Humanities | Creative Writing | Poetry
Paulenich, Craig F. (2006). Drift of the Hunt. : Nobodaddies Press. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/facultybooks/88