Book Release – Moleskine on a Coffee Table by Hidden Bear

Raw Earth Ink is proud to present Hidden Bear’s chapbook of poetry, Moleskine on a Coffee Table.

Hidden Bear is an indigenous poet and artist enrolled in the Mechoopda Indian Tribe in Northern California. Resurrecting his archive of poetry written in secret over the span of nearly ten years, Hidden Bear shares the work scribbled in composition books, emails to himself, and a Moleskine notebook he carried all through college. This memorial represents all the different versions of himself and his continuing transformation. Read along as the dreamer dreams, believing he will change the world with words.

Here’s a sample of one of his included poems:


You can read the Kindle version or purchase the paperback at lulu, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble.

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