Clayton Eshleman on "Juniper Fuse"

February 20, 2005

Clayton Eshleman is a poet who’s turned his poetic sensibility loose on the paleolithic cave drawings at Lascaux in France.  He tells Steve Paulson that these drawings represent shamanic spirit journeys and rituals. His book about Lascaux is “Juniper Fuse: Upper Paleolithic Imagination & the Construction of the Underworld.”

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