Observations from Off the Grid

Observations from Off the Grid Angela Long had never heard of off the grid until she found herself living there In a cedar log cabin on a remote archipelago she collects rainwater and fuels her laptop with windpower Here a collec

  • Title: Observations from Off the Grid
  • Author: Angela Long
  • ISBN: 9781926763026
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Paperback
  • Angela Long had never heard of off the grid until she found herself living there In a cedar log cabin on a remote archipelago, she collects rainwater and fuels her laptop with windpower Here, a collection of poems has emerged the product of twenty years spent wandering through different countries and cultures From Chicacao to Varanasi, Milan to Haida Gwaii, ObservatAngela Long had never heard of off the grid until she found herself living there In a cedar log cabin on a remote archipelago, she collects rainwater and fuels her laptop with windpower Here, a collection of poems has emerged the product of twenty years spent wandering through different countries and cultures From Chicacao to Varanasi, Milan to Haida Gwaii, Observations from Off the Grid explores life beyond conventional demarcations Here reader meets author as English teacher in war torn Guatemala, meditation student in India The collection gives voice to victims of torture, beggars, the homeless It gives voice to the heartache of a Sunday afternoon With its simple language and universal insights, this is a collection that welcomes everyone.

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  • The concept of living off the grid seems to be new and somewhat hip: it implies a choice to give up city life and live off the land, somewhere obscure (yet scenic), where you might grow organic veggies for your raw food diet. Many who do this feel safer, distancing themselves from a world that becomes more Orwellian each day. Some who choose this life may appear a bit snobby about it: they are lessening their carbon footprint and becoming closer to the earth, often suggesting you should too. Goo [...]


  • This book takes you places. Takes you away. I read each poem from cover to cover.I started to skim it, then decided I'd at least read the first poem, then the last, then skip around. But after the first one, I fell right into the next and the next and the next. Easily readable, quiet poems with enough depth to make you ponder and interesting language to admire.I especially like the Guatemala section and the poems "Where are you from?" and Norma, which is the last one.(Thank you Amy.)



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