The February 2014 issue of Plumwood Mountain is now complete with 34 poems, 7 book reviews, a spotlight on road kill, and most recently Rose Lucas’s article on darkness and its possibilities in the poetry of Jane Kenyon. If ecopoetry… Read More ›
Two new reviews in the February issue this week: Marissa Ker’s review of Anne M Carson’s Removing the Kimono and Bonnie Cassidy’s review of The Ecopoetry Anthology.
Bonny Cassidy’s review of The Ecopoetry Anthology edited by Ann Fisher-Wirth and Laura-Gray Street is just published. Look out for further reviews to appear in the February issue.
This event is organised by Melbourne Poets’ Union. One of the poets featured, Andrew Sant, appears in the current issue of Plumwood Mountain here.
If you want to go straight to the contents of volume 1 issue 1, you’ll find the content with links to editorial and poems here.
The inaugural issue of Plumwood Mountain is now available here. Many thanks to our generous contributors for a wonderful selection of poetry and artwork. Happy reading!
Thank you to everyone who contributed submissions for consideration for our inaugural issue to appear in February 2014. We have been enjoying reading your submissions and plan to be in contact in the next two weeks to let you know… Read More ›
Plumwood Mountain: An Australian Journal of Ecopoetry and Ecopoetics is calling for submissions of poetry, scholarly articles and book reviews for its first issue to appear online in February-March 2014. Submissions close: Friday 16 August 2013. Go to the submissions… Read More ›
A first call for submissions will be posted by early June 2013.