Plumwood Mountain Volume 6 Number 1

Editorial: The Everywhere of Things

Jill Jones


Alison Whittaker

Novembre dans le calendrier révolutionnaire Français

Elena Gomez


Janet Jiahui Wu

The Phytoplankton

Mindy Gill


Shastra Deo

Suckling pigs

Aden Rolfe

Unspoken Sky

Alex Skovron

Entirely different and unexpected things (said Schoenberg)

Ali Jane Smith


Anita Milva Milićević


Annie Hunter

Abandoned Agricultural Machinery, No. 23

Bruach Mhor

5.5.7 (33) Fire Site on the Bibbulmun Track

Catherine Noske

Big Rain

Catherine Trundle

diamonds are forever

Connor Weightman


Earl Livings

Most artificial reefs

EJ Shu

Alamogordo Glass

Hannah Cooper-Smithson

Open House: Palm Springs Modernism Week

Helen Thurloe

The Lagan

Ivy Ireland

Eco de la historia

Jake Goetz


Jemma Borg

Salt Wind Salt War

Julie Maclean

Amphitheatre, Ewenton Park

Kate Middleton


Kathryn Hummel


Magdalena Ball


Mark Dickinson

flat flap

Moya Costello

Tree Begonia Cohabitation

Patricia Sykes

The Burnt-out Bougainvillea

Stuart Barnes

The inter-web

Tegan Gigante


Photo Essay

‘Dingo’s Noctuary’ by Judith Nangala Crispin


Book Reviews

Click on the book reviews link (just above) for a list of reviews published in February 2019. 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 2019.

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Plumwood Mountain: An Australian Journal of Ecopoetry and Ecopoetics

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