Plumwood Mountain: an Australian Journal of Ecopoetry and Ecopoetics will dedicate volume 2, issue 2 (September 2015) to the memory of Martin Harrison (1949-2014). A key member of Plumwood Mountain’s inaugural editorial board, and acclaimed poet, critic and teacher, Martin’s impact upon contemporary Australian poetry and poetics will be as long-lasting as it was profound.
This special issue will be guest edited by Martin’s colleagues and co-board members of Plumwood Mountain Peter Minter and Stuart Cooke. The editors are seeking submissions from Martin’s friends, colleagues, collaborators and readers, in works across any genre or media, that engage substantially with Martin’s poetry, criticism, thought and teaching, which reflect upon his life and legacy and which contribute to the sustenance of his memory.
Submissions close: 30 April 2015
For submission guidelines go to the Submissions page.
Submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Minter is a poet, poetry editor and writer on poetry and poetics. He was a student of Martin Harrison’s from 1998 to 2010, and now teaches in English and Indigenous Studies at the University of Sydney. His work has been widely published, anthologised and translated nationally and internationally, and he is poetry editor of Overland.
Stuart Cooke is a poet and critic based on the Gold Coast, where he lectures at Griffith University. His latest book is a work of translation, George Dyuŋgayan’s Bulu Line: a West Kimberley Song Cycle (2014). He is an Associate Editor for Environmental Humanities. Martin was a close friend and mentor of Stuart’s since first teaching him as an undergraduate at UTS (University of Technology, Sydney) in 2000.
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