Plumwood Mountain Volume 2 Number 2

Special Issue in Memory of Martin Harrison, 1949-2014

Editorial

Stuart Cooke and Peter Minter

New in the Martin Harrison Special Issue and Archive

Poetics, Writing, Thought: Martin Harrison’s Final Appearance, Jason Childs and Deborah Bird Rose, with sound files from the seminar

Hands Disappear Into Wood (Rhyming The Dead) Sam Wagan Watson & Melody Paloma (with thanks to the Red Room Company where you can read Sam’s poems)

Poems

cutting down peach trees

Dael Allison

The School of Trees

Richard James Allen

Hymnal/Wild Bees

Judith Beveridge

Valediction

Margaret Bradstock

Martin at Waddi

Jacqueline Buswell

Witnessed

Chlöe Callistemon

Golden every wych way

Anne M. Carson

Moods (wet dream)

Bonny Cassidy

A Toast to a Saint: Beau Present for Martin Harrison

Dave Drayton

oscillation

Dusk Dundler

briefly suddenly

Anne Elvey

Death of a Year

Michael Farrell

Vague Bonds

Toby Fitch

The Department

Toby Fitch

I am your reader twice Sur

Juan Garrido-Salgaldo

Royalty

Phillip Hall

Western Wind

Jill Jones

spring chromatic

Ella O’Keefe

Eco Poetics

Sophia O’Rourke

White-Faced Heron

Allan Padgett

Still

Melody Paloma

Walking man

Brenda Saunders

Nourritures Terrestres

Berndt Sellheim

 

At Varuna

Leni Shilton

 

 Late afternoon

Leni Shilton

Inflecting

Justin Wolfers

melting ice

R. D. Wood

 Coastlike

R. D. Wood

Hands Disappear Into Wood (Rhyming The Dead) Sam Wagan Watson & Melody Paloma (with thanks to the Red Room Company where you can read Sam’s poems)

Articles and Essays

A Martin Harrison ABC“, compiled and transcribed by Stephen Muecke

“‘In a Sense’: Sonic Phenomena, Temporal Scale and Ecological Encounter in Martin Harrison’s ‘White-Tailed Deer’” by Kate Fagan

Nature and Antiquity in the Work of Martin Harrison” by Berndt Sellheim

Poetics, Writing, Thought: Martin Harrison’s Final Appearance, Jason Childs and Deborah Bird Rose, with sound files from the seminar

Some Reflections on the Poetry of Martin Harrison” by Peter Boyle

The Sense of Writing; or Martin Harrison’s Breakfast” by Brenton Lyle

Continuing the Conversation” by Lorraine Shannon

To be continued” by Devin Johnston

Who wants to create, Australia?” by R. D. Wood

Interviews and Conversations

I Wonder If He Has Ever Spoken to Bees: Sentiments to Martin Harrison” by Justin Wolfers and Clare Cholerton

Experimental Prose

lightened spokes” by Dusk Dundler

Photo Essays and Galleries

Spirit Mapping for Martin Harrison: A Photo Essay” by Juno Gemes

Book Reviews

© Copyright of individual poems, art works, articles, essays and reviews remains with the contributors 2015.

For inquiries concerning reuse of materials reproduced in Plumwood Mountain, email info.plumwoodmountain@gmail.com

Plumwood Mountain: An Australian Journal of Ecopoetry and Ecopoetics

ISSN 2203-4404

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