Plumwood Mountain Volume 5 Number 2

Editorial

Bonny Cassidy

Thought from a Motorbike in Heavy Rain in Ciumbuleuit

Reneé Pettitt-Schipp

Elegy for Microplastic
Jack Bastock
Plastoral

Allan Lake

Making Inroads, Two Voices

Helen Moore

hibiscus synthesis

Maria Sledmere

A River

Giles Goodland

Iron Rain

Les Wicks

Brownfield

Annette Skade

The Gulf

Chantelle Mitchell

you, your light

Mitch Cave

Late World, Humid

Stuart Cooke

golem

Rory Green

Ganesha Lost to View

Jennifer Mackenzie

Smashing it all to pieces and bringing it all back

Georgina Woods

 Ghosts

Kate Middleton

Guidelines

Adam Stokell

in remembrance of disappearing towns 3. camberwell

Claire Albrecht

If the phone rings don’t answer it

Magdalena Ball

The Tree I Call Tiger

Elizabeth Tyson-Doneley

Those that at a distance resemble flies

Aden Rolfe

Atlas

Giles Goodland

Splash

Les Wicks

kd

Judy Annear

Notes on a Sunday night before sleeping

Shari Kocher

Immiseration

Marian De Saxe

Articles and Essays

‘The Trumpian Nil’ by Meredith Wattison

‘When the Whales Left’ by Daniel Helman

Photo Essay

‘In the Open: collaborative artworks around place, landscape and environment’ by Judith Tucker and Harriet Tarlo

Interview

‘Crossing borders: Caitlin Maling in conversation with Amy Lin’

Book Reviews

Click on the book reviews link (just above) for a list of reviews published in August 2018. Earlier reviews appear beneath the current ones, listed by month of publication.

© Copyright of individual poems, art works, articles, essays and reviews remains with the contributors 2018.

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Plumwood Mountain journal gratefully acknowledges the support of Copyright Agency Cultural Fund.

 

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