Linda Russo

Linda Russo ( is a walking geographer, poet, and teacher. Her published works include Mirth (Chax Press), The Enhanced Immediacy of the Everyday (forthcoming, Chax Press), picturing everything closer visible, a chapbook-length excerpt of a walk-in poem (Projective Industries), several essays, including the preface to Joanne Kyger’s About Now: Collected Poems (National Poetry Foundation), and “The Confluence,” an experiment in counter-mapping a radical poetics of place (Curating the Cosmos). She lives in the Columbia River Watershed and teaches at Washington State University.