Goodbye, Ice: Arctic Poems is a collection of poems about the impact of climate chance on the Arctic, its people, and its other living creatures by Lawrence Millman, who has gone on more than forty expeditions to the Arctic.
Unlike most books of poems nowadays, Goodbye, Ice by Lawrence Millman has a strong ecological bias. The book offers a window on the natural world of the Arctic and its tradition-bound indigenous people. Climate change, inevitably, raises its ugly head in many of the poems, but the book itself is a lament not just for the loss of ice, but for the loss of the Arctic itself.
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