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More than 100 poets, including Allen Ginsberg, Adrienne Rich, Sharon Olds, and Gary Snyder, offer their views of atomic politics in Atomic Ghost: Poets Respond to the Nuclear Age, published in 1995.

Learning to Live in the World: Earth Poems is a 1994 collection of 50 poems by William Stafford about the relationship between humans and the natural world. Traveling through the Dark is Stafford's 1963 National Book Award-winning collection. The Way it Ls: New and Selected Poems (1998), compiled by Robert Bly, Naomi Shihab Nye, and Kim Stafford, is a definitive collection of 400 poems, including more than 70 previously unpublished works - including a lyric the poet wrote on the day of his death. A Library Journal review says that the poems "reveal many of Stafford's themes - his affinity for Native Americans, love of nature, protest of war, and concern about the dangers of technology."

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