What is your interest in things and their syntax? How might a poem discover their vibrance, movement, resonance, their turning? So, sound, narrate, list, complicate, fold and unfold the things of this world, in their over-thereness, in their beside-hereness, in… Read More ›
‘The sound of rain: a constant, pink noise that hurtles behind these poems. Like the elemental soundtrack to a Bill Viola film, water clattering on stone.’ So begins Bonny Cassidy’s editorial to the current issue of Plumwood Mountain journal. You… Read More ›
On Sunday 3 June 2018, Poetry Sydney and Intelligent Animal hosted a launch of hope for whole: poets speak up to Adani (edited by Anne Elvey) at the Brett Whiteley Studio on Gadigal Country in Surry Hills, Sydney. Many thanks to… Read More ›
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Thanks to Stop Adani campaign for great images from last night’s Melbourne launch of hope for whole: poets speak up to Adani, a few eBook you can read more about and download here. Nearly 20…
Submissions are now open for the August 2018 issue of Plumwood Mountain journal guest edited by Bonny Cassidy. Read the full call for submissions and guidelines here.
Join contributors to hope for whole: poets speak up to Adani at the launch on 27 March 2017 for some protest poetry at the Alderman in East Brunswick.
Volume 5 Number 1 of Plumwood Mountain journal is now live with 31 poems guest edited by Michael Farrell on the theme ‘Poetry and Consumption’, a bumper set of 20 book reviews, an essay on Amitav Ghosh by Jennifer Mackenzie… Read More ›