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Ecopoetry & Ecopoetics

An Australian and
International journal of
ecopoetry & ecopoetics
ecopoetry investigates - both thematically and formally - the relationship between nature and culture, language and perception.
by Forrest Gander

We’re a journal of ecopoetry and ecopoetics

Serving as a space for the presentation of ecologically-concerned poetry and poetics, we publish new work by writers that respond in diverse, imaginative and intimately-located ways to our relationship with the Earth, and most urgently, to the climate crisis unfolding before us.

At Plumwood Mountain Journal, we advocate for the protection and preservation of the more-than-human worlds that we inhabit, and seek to promote deep care for both global ecologies and the human communities that bear the unequal burden of environmental degradation and repair.


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VOL.09 N.01 September 2022

A Poetics of Rights

Edited by Charmaine Papertalk Green and John Kinsella, this issue opens up new perspectives on how ecologically-concerned poetry can be sensitive to First Nations cultures, country and knowledges, while also taking into account global environmental and human rights focuses.

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This is the one where I dream myself ursine, a silent breath
of fur between pine on that ridgeline crowded with cloud.
by Stefanie Kirby

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