Category Archives: Traditional Crafts & Skills

What is Ecopoetry (Reviewing a New Anthology)

Jon Quitslund The Ecopoetry Anthology, ed. Ann Fisher-Wirth and Laura-Gray Street (San Antonio, TX: Trinity University Press, 2013), $24.95. The term ‘ecopoetry’ has achieved currency among writers and readers only within the last ten years, but the kind of poetry … Continue reading

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The Dialogue of Hope with Doubt

Jon Quitslund I’ve been casting about for a proper topic: how can I greet 2013 aptly, usefully?  My thoughts on several subjects are inept – some of them stale, others less than half-baked.  I’ve been confronting my lack of resolve, … Continue reading

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