Extending February – new content in Plumwood Mountain journal

We’ve extended February into March with new content: an essay on the Woolf’s zoomorphic engagements “This Furred Place” by Meredith Wattison and R. D. Wood’s review of Michael Aiken’s A Vicious Example and Tim Wright’s The night’s live changes.

Note, too, the call for submissions for the special issue in memory of Martin Harrison, edited by Stuart Cooke and Peter Minter, is open until the end of April.

And … there are books available for review. Check the list toward the bottom of the book reviews page.



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