Plumwood Mountain journal acknowledges the Yuin people and offers profound sympathy and sorrow for all that has been destroyed in the recent fires on Yuin Country. Plumwood Mountain, the place from which the journal takes its name, is on Yuin… Read More ›
Judith Beveridge’s ‘Waterlily Pond’ is one of several poems today that reminds us of why we are speaking up to Adani. Read it here.
‘Adani killed my father’ is epigraph to Michael Farrell’s Venie Holmgren award winning poem. You can read it here.
The Venie Holmgren Environmental Poetry Prize is open again, closing Friday 14 July 2017 The judges are Ross Gillett and Fiona Hile. Guidelines and Entry Details can be found here
Submissions are now open for the August 2017 issue of Plumwood Mountain. Stuart Cooke is the guest poetry editor for this issue and is seeking work exploring and interrogating the question “What are the animals saying?” The full call for… Read More ›
In Marissa Ker’s review of The Fox Petition by Jennifer Maiden, Katharine was referred to incorrectly as the poet’s partner rather than as the poet’s daughter. The mistake has been corrected and I apologise for the error. Anne Elvey, Managing… Read More ›
The following books are currently available for review: Dirwurruwurru: Poetry from the Gulf of Carpentaria Exhibits of the Sun by Stephen Edgar Ground by Martin Langford Happiness by Martin Harrison Journey to Horseshoe Bend by T. G. H. Strehlow (republished… Read More ›
Juno Gemes’ Protraits of Martin Harrison 2005-2014 are now up on Plumwood Mountain. A beautiful and moving tribute to Martin: his person and his work.