Ghost Tracks, published by Louisiana Literature Press delves into the epistemology of the word ghosts, and embodies several pluralities. The book explores migration, climate collapse, ecology, and violence. The poems in this book trace how ambivalent attitudes toward the body extend to a similar connotation about earth. Cognitive biology taught in school often disregards the fact that “human beings” belong to the Kingdom of Animalia. This internalizes correlations where sites of erasure make way as opposed to agency. Ghost Tracks is a singing of both; the active and subterranean.