Guest edited by poet and visual artist Sophie Finlay (who also happens to be our wonderful reviews editor), the issue features the work of thirty-one Australian and international poets who responded to the call for lyrical ecopoems that ‘contain poetic expressions… Read More ›
Submissions to ‘Embodied Belonging: Towards an Ecopoetic Lyric’ are now open! To read the full call for submissions and guidelines, please visit our submissions page, or head straight to brand new Submittable page.
At Plumwood Mountain we will continue to advocate for the recognition and protection of more-than-human worlds. These worlds include entangled ecosystems of animals, plants, and climates. We will deepen our commitment to foregrounding the links between decolonial and ecocritical perspectives… Read More ›
On behalf of Plumwood Incorporated and the Plumwood Mountain Editorial Board, I am delighted to announce that from 2021 the New Editorial Administration Team will be lead by incoming Managing Editor, Amanda Lucas-Frith, and Sophie Finlay. Amanda Lucas-Frith is a… Read More ›
Plumwood Mountain: An Australian Journal of Ecopoetry and Ecopoetics is in a time of transition. After 7 years, Managing Editor Anne Elvey will be stepping down at the end of 2020. At the same time the Editorial Board intends… Read More ›
Submissions for Volume 7 Number 2 are open between 26 May and 1 July 2020. I am delighted to announce Jonathan Skinner as the guest editor for this issue on the theme ‘Writing in the Pause’. ‘What in this disruption… Read More ›