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Essays & Interviews

Read the articles, essays and interviews from literary critics and theorists, and from thinkers across the environmental humanities.

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Nobody’s Voice: to hear what is unheard as a pressing task for poetics today

Warwick Mules
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Life of a Sundew or Sundew of a Life

Pantea Armanfar
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Wild Yam Dreaming: The Phytopoetics of Emily Kame Kngwarreye

John Charles Ryan
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Sarah Balkin reports on Not Now, Not Ever by Lara Stevens

Sarah Balkin
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The Trumpian Nil

Meredith Wattison
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Crossing borders: Caitlin Maling in conversation with Amy Lin

Caitlin Maling and Amy Lin
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When the Whales Left

Daniel Helman
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Amitav Ghosh: Sea Routes, Flowers and Opium

Jennifer Mackenzie
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Poplars Stripped Bare: Mental Health and other Catastrophes in the Poetry of Grace Perry

Phillip Hall
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Parallax: Negative Lyricism in Dialogue with John Kinsella

Jonathan Dunk and John Kinsella
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Language and the World

Robert Wood
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Chinese Puzzle in Seven Pieces

Lesley Synge
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On Social Poetry after Kenneth Goldsmith

Robert Wood
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Talking to a Stranger: Decolonising the Australian “Landscape” Poem

Bonny  Cassidy
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The Songs of Others: Contemporary Poetics and the More-than-human

Stuart Cooke
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Lionel Fogarty’s Literary Criticism after the Postcolony

Corey Wakeling
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Poetics, Writing, Thought: Martin Harrison in Conversation

Deborah Bird Rose
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Poetics, Writing, Thought: Fragments from the Harrisonian Institute: against “priority” in Poetics, Writing, Thought

Jason Childs
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Poetics, Writing, Thought: Martin Harrison’s Final Appearance

Anne Elvey
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Cultivating Ecological Perception: Creativity within Undergraduate Explorations of Human Ecology and Ecological Agriculture

Ben Gleeson
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Adapted for land: a lungfish writes the sea

Brook Emery
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On Suburbanism’s Open Matrix: birds in poetry of Jean Kent, Dorothy Porter and other Australian poetry

R. D. Wood
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“In a Sense”: Sonic Phenomena, Temporal Scale and Ecological Encounter in Martin Harrison’s “White-Tailed Deer”

Kate Fagan
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Nature and Antiquity in the Work of Martin Harrison

Berndt Sellheim
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I Wonder If He Has Ever Spoken to Bees: Sentiments to M. Harrison

Clare Cholerton and Justin Wolfers
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To be continued

Devin Johnston
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Continuing the Conversation

Lorraine Shannon
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The Sense of Writing; or Martin Harrison’s Breakfast

Brenton Lyle
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Some Reflections on the Poetry of Martin Harrison

Peter Boyle
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A Martin Harrison ABC

Stephen Muecke
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This Furred Place—the Woolfs’ anthropomorphism, bunnies in people suits and the zoomorphic other—

Meredith Wattison
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“Poetry does not tamper with the world, but moves it” (William Carlos Williams): Q&A with Ann Fisher-Wirth

Ann Fisher-Wirth and Anne Elvey
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Seeing the Forest for the White Beech Tree: Germaine Greer and Ecofeminism

Lara Stevens
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Q&A with Corey Wakeling and Jeremy Balius

Anne Elvey
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Environmental Empathy in the Contemporary Epic: Exploring Ephemeral Waters and Phosphorescence of Thought by Amy Brown

Amy Brown
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“Into black air”: Darkness and its Possibilities in the Poetry of Jane Kenyon by Rose Lucas

Rose Lucas

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A Poetics of Rights

VOL.09 N.01

An Australian and international
journal of ecopoetry and ecopoetics.

Plumwood Mountain Journal is created on the unceded lands of the Gadigal and Wangal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and to elders past, present and future. We also acknowledge all traditional custodians of the lands this journal reaches.

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