Coyotes in Broad Daylight

By Robert Yehling

 This collection of poems and essays zeroes in on the spots of land we occupy, and the relationships we form with them, as well as the masks we choose to carry or shed. Title came from running down a country road on a 20-degree morning and seeing a coyote basking in the sun near a pond. Poetry is best when it writes itself. Essays include “Microlanguages” and “Carrying the Vision: Conversations with a Shamaness”.