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Mary Petiet’s second title, Moon Tide, will be available summer, 2020 from Sea Crow Press.

If you can’t get to Cape Cod, Moon Tide will bring Cape Cod to you!

Horseshoe crabs, ghosts, tree men, black dogs, and daffodils. These characters come alive in Moon Tide, a collection of poems charting the course of a Cape Cod year.

Set against the backdrop of a rapidly changing climate with a dramatic ocean, encompassing the starkest marsh and wildlife, the relationship between woman and dog, and the life of a rooted village told in seasons, each poem is a story about the culture of southeastern New England told through its people and their lives.

Debris from secret shipwrecks, hermit crabs, sailing traditions and relentless winter cold. This collection is recognizable locally by Cape Codders as their own, and universally by readers through their shared humanity.

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In Minerva’s Owls, Mary Petiet weaves a fascinating and colorful web of yoga, healing and Western wisdom traditions. Filled with the infinite knowing of the feminine divine, this slim volume is packed with enduring wisdom. You will recover your deepest self in these pages.—Trista Hendren, author of The Girl God series

Overview

Minerva’s Owls is a finalist in the American Book Fest’s Best Book Awards 2017.

Minerva’s Owls seeks the balance we need to achieve through space and time, individually and as a society, if we are to move forward in any meaningful way. Amid the confusion of painful birth pangs, Minerva’s Owls holds hope for the future as it reinterprets history and the reverence of ancient deities to awaken the sacred feminine.

Read the first pages of Minerva’s Owls

Mary Petiet is a contributing author to the following books:

Jesus, Muhammad, and the Goddess

She Rises, vol. 2,

Wildness: Voices of the Sacred Landscape.

Awaken The Feminine!: Dismantling Domination to Restore Balance on Mother Earth

Read more from Mary Petiet:

MotherHouse of the Goddess

Feminism and Religion

Edible Cape Cod

Amsterdam Mamas

DutchReview

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