Project One : Quietly Between

Quietly Between is a collection of poetry and photography from Megan Kaminski, Brad Vogler, Lori Anderson Moseman, and Sarah Green. Beginning with a simple prompt, four independent projects unfold into a vast and layered landscape traversing east to west, from Lawrence, KS, to Joshua Tree, CA. Juxtaposed, they reveal threads that both intersect and stray, weaving a colorful canvas of images and reflections attending to what is essentially common ground–despite, or perhaps because of, all its variations. The photographs with accompanying text put each in conversation with the other, and provide an intimate lens–inviting the reader to inhabit both the physical and psychic space of its authors. As a whole, the book serves as a tribute to place, depicting how we may be as shaped by it, as it is, us. The book concludes with essays from each author detailing their creative process.

Quietly Between is 149 pages. Year 2022. View a sample.

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A Look Inside



Rob McLennan reviews Quietly Between on his blog.


Quietly Between was at Acid-Free Los Angeles Book Market thanks to @HEXENTEXTE.


Megan Kaminski discusses Quietly Between on KPR Presents with Kaye McIntyre.


Matthew Klane reviews Quietly Between at The Afterword.​


Interview with Sarah Green and Brad Vogler at Colorado State University’s Alumni Spotlight.


Interview with Megan Kaminski, Lori Anderson Moseman, Sarah Green and Brad Vogler at Opt West.

If you’re interested in Quietly Between for a class or book club; or interested in having any of the authors read or talk about the project, contact us.

A woman's shoes in the desert.


Megan Kaminski

Megan Kaminski is a poet and essayist—and the author of three books of poetry, most recently Gentlewomen (Noemi, 2020). Prairie Divination (Sunseen Press, 2022), her illustrated collection of essays + oracle deck with artist L. Ann Wheeler, turns to the plants, animals, and geological features of the prairie as guides for living in good relation with each other. She is Associate Professor of Poetry Writing at the University of Kansas and leads poetry and eco-writing workshops throughout the state of Kansas and beyond through Humanities Kansas and other nonprofit organizations.

Brad Vogler

Brad Vogler is the author of my radius, a small stone (Spuyten Duyvil), i know that this ritual (Lute & Cleat), and three chapbooks: errand : a version of (Meekling Press), Amid the Waves Which (Beard of Bees), and Fascicle 30 (Little Red Leaves Textile Series). His work has found a home in places that include: Cutbank, Denver Quarterly, Opt West, Versal and Volt. He works with Delete Press, Posit, and is the editor/web designer of Opon.

Lori Anderson Moseman

Lori Anderson Moseman’s newest chapbooks (Too Many Words and Okay?) were recently released from above/ground press. Her poetry collections include DARN (Delete Press, 2021), Y (The Operating System, 2019), Light Each Pause (Spuyten Duyvil, 2017), Flash Mob (Spuyten Duyvil, 2016), All Steel (Flim Forum Press, 2012), Temporary Bunk (Swank Books, 2009), Persona (Swank Books, 2003), and Cultivating Excess (The Eighth Mountain Press, 1992). Her collaboration with book artist Karen Pava Randall, Full Quiver, is available from Propolis Press. A former educator, she ran the press Stockport Flats from 2006-2016. She recently moved from Utah to Oregon.

Sarah Green

Sarah Green is a writer, photographer, and psychotherapist living with her pup in Asheville, NC. She holds an MA from the University of Chicago, and has worked in the fields of child welfare, community mental health, and gender-based violence. Her work appears in Grama, Interim, The Bennington Review, and others.