At the Woodline, Preston Hornbeck
Author: Preston Hornbeck
Poet Preston Hornbeck processes grief through rest, stillness, solitude, and community in a collection of 50 early-morning poems written from the woods.
After touring the world and terrible loss, poet Preston Hornbeck went to the woods of North Carolina to step away and slow down. There, he was welcomed with compassion by a community of artists that walked with him as he healed.
Now, Hornbeck has returned with At the Woodline, new poems written from the woods, from the garden, by the pond, and predominantly at sunrise, bearing witness to the testimonies offered to us each morning by nature.
This breakthrough collection of 50 new poems will speak to your heart — inviting you to believe for more in life — each page declaring that beauty is all around you and hope is a light that never goes out.
116 Pages | Gold & Light Publishing | Released: June 28, 2022
|Dimensions||7 × 5 in|
Preston Hornbeck is a poet, potter, and community creator.
Originally from McKinney, Texas, Hornbeck now resides in Redding, California, where he writes, creates, and works for Bethel Church. He enjoys time in the outdoors of the Pacific Northwest, and derives most of his poetical inspiration from nature and his faith.
Find Preston on Instagram: @prestonhornbeck