Gary Snyder

Earth House Hold


A beautifully curated collection of essays and journal entries by the famed environmental activist and poet Gary Snyder touching on topics ranging from Buddhism and meditation to soil fertility and the magic of animals, all brought together under the concept of utilizing what he calls 'tribal traditions' – the tools of our collective ancestral memory – in order to grow spiritually, unleash deeply ingrained creativity, and perhaps come that much closer to reaching enlightenment.

Soft cover.

Edition: 1969.

Condition: Generally well-kept, with a name on the inside front cover and a few old pencil marks.

Measures ~8.5"x5". 143 pages.