The Red Room Company has an ongoing project where poets (and you can join them) are mapping poetry to places that are disappearing or lost in some way. For further details visit: The Disappearing. And read the Red Room press release… Read More ›
The inaugural NAHR Eco-Poetry Award is being offered by a partnership between the Nature, Art & Habitat Residency (NAHR) and Australian Poetry to Australian Poetry subscribers – the inaugural NAHR Eco-Poetry Award (July 2017). Applications close: Friday 10 February 2017. Further… Read More ›
Ecopoetry reading and discussion with Helen Moore, Stuart Cooke, Bonny Cassidy, Michael Farrell, and Anne Elvey. Full details here.
This conference is on now at the University of Sydney, a collaboration between the Association for the Study of Literature, Environment and Culture – Australia and New Zealand, and the Sydney Environment Institute. Many of the presenters are engaging with… Read More ›
Harriet Tarlo writes: “I invite poets from all over the world to contribute to the next issue of Plumwood Mountain, to consider in particular how our poetry might cross all boundaries: national, generic, spatial and disciplinary in its exploration of the… Read More ›
The August 2016 issue of Plumwood Mountain journal on the theme “Decolonisation and Geopoethics” is live, with work from Michael Farrell, John Kinsella, Jill Jones, Meredith Wattison, and many others. Many thanks to Peter Minter, guest editor, for bringing it… Read More ›
Venie Holmgren Environmental Poetry Prize