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Walking Bridges Using Poetry as a Compass: Poems about Bridges Real and Imagined by 70 Poets, with Directions for Five Self-Guided Explorations

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Sharon Wood Wortman, born in Oregon City (Willamette River mile 26), has been a guide for Portland Parks & Outdoor Rec since 1991. She is the author of The Portland Bridge Book, first published in 1989, and appreciates bridges for the way they've led her to discover poetry and other wonders.

Kirsten Rian leads workshops internationally using poetry as a tool for literacy, healing, and sharing of stories, especially within the refugee/immigrant and homeless communities. She recently returned from Sierra Leone and is working on a poetry project connected to peace building.

Ed Wortman, born in Greenville, Maine, moved to Portland in 1971 to work on the Fremont Bridge. An engineer all his career, he has worked on bridges and other structures across the United States and overseas, but no place better than the City of Bridges.

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9780978736521
Subtitle:
Poems about Bridges Real and Imagined by 70 Poets, with Directions for Five Self-Guided Explorations
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Urban Adventure Press
Author:
Wortman, Sharon Wood Wortman and Kirsten Rian and Ed
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