Saturday, February 8, 2014

Saturday Short

Today's short introduces NASA's Ross Sea Flight, part of the extraordinary Operation IceBridge project to image Earth's polar ice (the photography is marvelous), and poet Jynne Dilling Martin, 2013 Antarctica Artist-in-Residence.

Antarctic Artists & Writers Program

Read poet and Riverhead Books publicity director Jynne Dilling Martin's Slate posts about her experience: "The Gorgeous, Dangerous World Below Antarctic Ice" (November 26, 2013), "Is Anything More Adorable Than a Penguin?" (December 12, 2013), and "Ice Palaces" (December 23, 2013).

Two Jynne Dilling Martin Poems: "Am Going South, Amundsen" and "What Endures and What Does Not?"

Jynne Dilling Martin on Twitter and Tumblr

Rebecca Greenfield, "A Day in the Life of Antarctica's Newest Poet in Residence", FastCompany, November 6, 2013

Kat Stoeffel, "Meet Jynne Dilling Martin, the Poet at the End of the World", Interview, NYMag, November 26, 2013

IceBridge on FaceBook, Twitter, and YouTube

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