A Bit About Me
Earl Vincent de Berge is an Arizona native, writer, photographer, and poet. As a political scientist, he founded Behavior Research Center, Inc., and created the respected and widely published Rocky Mountain Poll (RMP), of which he was Editor for 35 years. Earl’s photographs, logbooks and essays reflecting on life experiences serve as foundations for his prose and poetry. Earl has recently published three collections of his poems, Alegro to Life, Swans to Carry Me, and Wind in the Elephant Tree, which touch on nature, human nature, love, desert silence, and life in Guatemala. He is currently assembling The Man Who Ate His Dreams, a biography of a rags-to-riches businessman, artist, and poet. Earl and his wife Suzanne split their time between Arizona and Guatemala where they founded the nonprofit Seeds for a Future to help impoverished rural women improve their families’ access to adequate food and nutrition with home gardens and small animal protein sources.