About Marc Beaudin

Marc Beaudin is
a poet, theatre artist and bookseller living in Livingston, Montana, dubbed
“America’s finest open-air asylum” for multiple reasons. His work has been
anthologized in We Take Our Stand
(edited by Rick Bass), Poems Across the
Big Sky Volume II
and Unearthing
Paradise: Montana Writers in Defense of Greater Yellowstone
(of which he is
a co-editor). His latest book, Vagabond
Song: Neo-Haibun from the Peregrine Journals
, was called “a jazzy,
freewheeling, rollicking road trip into the beating heart of the Eternal Now”
by Montana Quarterly. A frequent
performer of poetry and spoken word, Beaudin has worked and recorded with a variety
of jazz and rock musicians at venues across the country, as well as on several
public and independent radio stations. He believes the Brahms’ Violin Concerto in D is more powerful
than all the guns, smokestacks and coal trains in the world.

Website: CrowVoice.com

Marc Beaudin’s Books

The Moon Cracks Open

The most recent collection of poetry from Marc Beaudin, containing 49 poems, 20 of which form the “Field Guide” – poems that seek to capture a specific bird in language rather than illustrations or scientific descriptions.

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