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Double Launch

I am delighted and honoured to be joining Dr Kerrie Handasyde for a double launch featuring Professor Katharine Massam launching Kerrie’s God in the Landscape: Studies in the Literary History of Australian Protestant Dissent and Professor Vicky Balabanski launching my recently published Reading with Earth: Contributions of the New Materialism to an Ecological Feminist Hermeneutics.

Online Launch of Leaf at Liquid Amber Ecopoetics Zoom

My new poetry collection Leaf published by the exciting Liquid Amber Press is almost out in the world and will be launched online by Shari Kocher at the Liquid Amber Zoom event on Thursday 22 September 2022, from 7.30pm. The launch is part of an Ecopoetics feature focusing on plant poetics with readings from Peter…

The unease of a review

While cleaning up my inbox, I noticed that the most recent issue of Feminist Theology carries a review of Reading the Magnificat in Australia: Unsettling Engagements. Very grateful to have a review from Lisa Isherwood that recognises the unsettled and unsettling nature of the work. A bit uneasy about one comment that seems counter to…

Recent Work Reading 13 September 2021 – online

I hope all of you who are in lockdown in the eastern states are doing ok. Jennifer Compton and I were scheduled to read in person in Canberra in June this year, from our new poetry collections out from Recent Work Press, but one of the earlier Melbourne lockdowns put that on hold until September.…

Introducing sun glint drift

sun glint drift is the website of Anne Elvey Of English, Irish and Scottish settler descent, I live and work on Boonwurrung Country (alternatively spelt Boon Wurrung or Bunurong Country) in what is also known as Seaford, Victoria. I pay my respects to the elders past, present and future and recognise their continuing relation to…

La Mama Poetica online – still available to view

I have been enjoying reading recent books by my co-readers from last night’s La Mama Poetics online: Jocelyn Deane, Anisa Nandaula and David Stavanger. A particular highlight is David Stavanger’s sequence ‘Dog Minding’. For me, Anisa Nandaula’s embodied performance and/as poetics is clear and persuasive. I am finding Jocelyn Deane’s shifts of perspective on popular…

Announcement and Call for Expressions of Interest

Plumwood Mountain: An Australian Journal of Ecopoetry and Ecopoetics is in a time of transition. After 7 years, Managing Editor Anne Elvey will be stepping down at the end of 2020. At the same time the Editorial Board intends to deepen its commitments to decentring or deemphasising the human in ecopoetics while holding this vision…

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