Buy Reimagine: Poems, 1993-2009 online at:
       www.amazon.com/books;
       
www.barnsandnoble.com/booksearch; or
       
www.iuniverse.com/bookstore.

(Note: It is quickest to use an ISBN number: 978-1-4502-0908-3
Libraries where you will find Reimagine: Poems, 1993-2009:
    Athens Municipal Library, Athens, IL 62613; www.athenslibrary.lib.il.us
    Bellingham, WA, Public Library (Bellingham Public Library & Whatcom County Library System
            Combined Catalog); www.bellinghampubliclibrary.org.
   Blackburn College, Lumkin Library, Carlinville, IL 626226; www.blackburn.edu.
    Poets House, 10 River Terrace, New York, NY 10282; in Directory of American Poetry Books;
            www.poetshouse.org.
    Upper Skagit Library, Concrete, WA; www.upperskagit.lib.wa.us.
   Blackburn College, Lumkin Library, Carlinville, IL 626226; .

Buy Reimagine: Poems, 1993-2009 in:
    
Washington State

Albert's Red Apple Market, State Rte. 20, Concrete, WA;

The Independent Writers' Studio, Bellingham, WA, www.independentwritersstudio.com;

Museum of Northwest Art, LaConner, WA,
www.museumofnwart.org;

Sage Bookstore, Shelton, WA,
www.sagebookstore.com;

Gift Shop, Bellingham, WA, Senior Activity Center; &

Village Books in Old Fairhaven, Bellingham,  WA,
www.villagebooks.com.



     Alaska

Hearthside Books & Toys, 8745 Glacier Hwy. & downtown, Juneau, AK 99801. www.hearthsidebooks.com; &

The Babbling Book, Haines, AK 99827.

    Idaho
              Vanderford's, Sandpoint, ID, www.vanderfords.com.

    Montana

Bookworks of Whitefish, Whitefish, MT,
 1-406-862-4980.

Richard Lee Dick Harris
       

Today, I saw the world
as others have
in flowers and grains of sand.

“These three lines from “Shrine” sum up for me the poetry of Richard Lee Harris: simple words, perfectly chosen, resonating in space and time. From the northern edge of Alaska to the cafés of Seville, we are led on an intensely personal journey, paradoxically austere and brimming with tenderness. Reimagine echoes with beauty and loss, clarity and grace—the stuff that dreams are made on.”
            
—Nick Jans, author of The Last Light
                Breaking
and The Glacier Wolf