Life List: Poems
Named a 2020 Honor Book Winner by the Montana Book Award.

“This is a powerful, creative, and environmentally grounded work. Beautiful and exquisite in its celebration of flight and how wilderness works its way into our blood and bones and calls us to something transcendent.” –Shann Ray, author of American Copper and Blood Fire Vapor Smoke

“A deftly woven catalogue of human experience through the keen observations of birds and landscapes. Beaudin masterfully translates the mysterious language between magpies and mountains and weaves it into a beautifully poetic tapestry.” –Michael Garrigan, author of Robbing the Pillars
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Vagabond Song: Neo-Haibun from the Peregrine Journals
07_Vagabond Song Cover Image_lowres“A jazzy, freewheeling, rollicking road trip into the beating heart of the Eternal Now. Hop in and enjoy the ride.” –Montana Quarterly

“A poet’s song to the rewards of wandering and joy of the highway. It’s a bracing tonic and one this sorry, sad-assed, gadget-obsessed nation needs to hear again and again.” –William Hjortsberg, author of Jubilee Hitchhiker: The Life and Times of Richard Brautigan
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Unearthing Paradise: Montana Writers in Defense of Greater Yellowstone
Unearthing ParadiseUnearthing Paradise is a treasure trove of courage and heart by the blessed rabble who inhabit and love the valley it was no stretch to name Paradise. This holy portal into Yellowstone, like its wildlife, trout, birds, and people, is threatened but unbroken. May Americans, sundered though we are, unite in the name of our great park and its river and drive the threat out.” –David James Duncan, author of The Brothers K and My Story as Told by Water

The Moon Cracks Open: A Field Guide to the Birds and Other Poems
Moon Cracks Open“Here is a poet with a stolen quill in his hand and birdsong in his heart. Marc Beaudin’s poems dip and swerve and caw; if you listen closely enough, you might just begin to understand that the ache of the human heart can only be translated through the language of crows.” –Meg Kearney, author of An Unkindness of Ravens

“A wonderful poetic ambassador for the birds … The seamless weaving of the human and natural makes these poems linger long after closing the book.” –Yu-Han Chao, Rose and Thorn Book Reviews

Jihad bil Qalam: To Strive by Means of the Pen
Jihad bil QalamEdited for Tri-City Action for Peace
“This is the strongest anti-war anthology I’ve seen, and from page to page I learn things. Remarkable spirits here. … Beaudin’s contributions are strong, passionate, and come from the center of conscience (and artistry) he’s come to be.” –William Heyen, poet, National Book Award finalist, and editor of September 11, 2001: American Poets Respond

A Handful of Dust
A Handful of Dust“I couldn’t put the book down. It was incredible and enlightening to read about some of my own eternal, subconscious struggles.” –Amanda Lance, Welsh Dragon Books

“It’s 2 a.m. and I am still awake. My mind is humming in the afterglow of Beaudin’s book. What a beautiful gift he has created for us.” –Brad Grochowski, AuthorsBookshop


Out of Print Titles:

Saginaw SongsWhen God Was a ChildThe Lost Writings of Miscellaneous Jones