Elizabeth Elliott writes poetry about diverse themes including relationships, conflict and the environment. She has published six books, including her 2017 release, Climate Change and Nature: While Choice is Ours.
“It is not just about the changing climate, but about the present climate of our culture, how it is infected by our failure to politically assert our timeless and long-held values. It is also about the difference between fact and truth, obedience and disobedience. And about our deep connection to nature and hope. One woman, after my last reading, said to me, ‘Your poems have given me hope. I had felt hopeless and helpless.’”
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