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Devi Lockwood

Heidi on the summit of Gasherbrum II (8,035 m), 1996.

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“There is glacial power in language, in naming things. I am here because my mother gave me a vocabulary for motion,” poet Devi Lockwood writes about her experiences growing up as the daughter of a mountaineer–in this essay for Alpinist 55. Subscribe today or preorder at the store.