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“I loved the truth”: A Review of Like a Beggar by Ellen Bass

If Like a Beggar was performed on stage, every detail of the production would appear sharp and tactile.  Colorful objects would linger in the air like jazz notes: a gold dress, “Cherries in the Snow” lipstick, a pink suitcase, white moth orchids.  These are things Ellen Bass associates with female beauty, and some of them,… Read more »

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Science and the Imagination in Environmental Writing: A Review of The Cambridge Introduction to Literature and the Environment

by Beth McDermott     What is nature? How have our inherited attitudes toward nature shaped our relationship to it? Why do we have to reengage with what nature means, or consider how our stances toward the environment shape our writing? In The Cambridge Introduction to Literature and the Environment, Timothy Clark introduces us to… Read more »

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Issue 4 Available Now

Issue 4 of Poecology is now live! The issue features work by Kristin Berger, Clare Blackburne, Rob Carney, Peter Neil Carroll, Amber L. Cook, Allison Davis, Michelle Donahue, Lawrence Eby, Arif Gamal, Teow Lim Goh, Andrew C. Gottlieb, Grace Marie Grafton, Pernia Hassan, Jacqueline Hughes Simon, Matthew Brady Klitsch, Corinne Lee, Christopher Martin, Janie Elizabeth… Read more »

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Issue 4 Coming Soon

Issue 4 of Poecology will be released on August 31, 2014. The issue features work by Kristin Berger, Clare Blackburne, Rob Carney, Peter Neil Carroll, Amber L. Cook, Allison Davis, Michelle Donahue, Lawrence Eby, Arif Gamal, Teow Lim Goh, Andrew Gottlieb, Grace Marie Grafton, Pernia Hassan, Jacqueline Hughes Simon, Matthew Brady Klitsch, Corinne Lee, Christopher… Read more »

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Call for Submissions, Issue 4: Deadline May 31, 2014

    Call for Submissions, Issue 4   Submissions to Poecology Issue 4 are open until May 31, 2014. We accept submissions of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction with an emphasis on place, environment, or ecology. Issue 4 will be published on August 31, 2014. For a link to full submission guidelines and the online submissions… Read more »

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Literary Locator Opens to Submissions

    The Literary Locator is now open to online submissions. Writers can nominate their own published work or the works of others to be included on the Literary Locator map. Please read the FAQ below for guidelines.     Frequently Asked Questions   How can I submit work to the Literary Locator? Beginning January… Read more »

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LitBridge Interview on Poecology and the LitLocator

Melissa Burton of LitBridge interviewed editor Kristi Moos on place-writing and inspiration for Poecology and the LitLocator:   “Our relationship to places will always be reflected through our creative output. Writing is one mode of that output—there’s also visual art, architecture, urban design, community events, and other forms. Through Poecology and the Literary Locator, I… Read more »

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Issue 3 and the Literary Locator are live!

  Issue 3 of Poecology and the Literary Locator map are live!   Click here to read Issue 3 and click here to visit the Literary Locator. Issue 3 features work by: Jess Alfaro, Karen An-hwei Lee, Jennifer Atkinson, Matthew James Babcock, Monica Barron, Carolyn Dille, Ann Fisher-Wirth and Laura-Gray Street, Taylor Graham, Kathleen Hellen,… Read more »

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On the Horizon for 2013

We’ve been quietly working behind the scenes on new developments, including an interactive literary map, an interview with the editors of the Ecopoetry Anthology, and this: a sneak peek of Issue 3’s cover art by John Brosio. Stay tuned as we unveil new content this summer. “Waiting” by John Brosio. See more of Brosio’s work… Read more »

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Poecology reads at the Sacramento Poetry Center, 2/25

Join Poecology contributors for a lively reading at the Sacramento Poetry Center on February 25th, 2013 from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Featuring writers Evan Winchester, Tess Taylor, Tim Kahl, harold terezón, Murray Silverstein, Sharon Coleman, Keely Hyslop, Sarah Ciston, and Kristi Moos. For more information, visit: www.sacramentopoetrycenter.com.       Evan Winchester is originally from… Read more »

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    “I loved the truth”: A Review of Like a Beggar by Ellen Bass

    If Like a Beggar was performed on stage, every detail of the production would appear sharp and tactile.  Colorful objects would linger in the air like jazz notes: a gold dress, “Cherries in the Snow” lipstick, a pink suitcase, white moth orchids.  These are things Ellen Bass associates with female beauty, and some of them,… Read more »

  • 9780521720908_p0_v1_s260x420

    Science and the Imagination in Environmental Writing: A Review of The Cambridge Introduction to Literature and the Environment

    by Beth McDermott     What is nature? How have our inherited attitudes toward nature shaped our relationship to it? Why do we have to reengage with what nature means, or consider how our stances toward the environment shape our writing? In The Cambridge Introduction to Literature and the Environment, Timothy Clark introduces us to… Read more »

  • Issue 4 Cover_final_web

    Issue 4 Available Now

    Issue 4 of Poecology is now live! The issue features work by Kristin Berger, Clare Blackburne, Rob Carney, Peter Neil Carroll, Amber L. Cook, Allison Davis, Michelle Donahue, Lawrence Eby, Arif Gamal, Teow Lim Goh, Andrew C. Gottlieb, Grace Marie Grafton, Pernia Hassan, Jacqueline Hughes Simon, Matthew Brady Klitsch, Corinne Lee, Christopher Martin, Janie Elizabeth… Read more »

  • Issue 4 Coming Soon

    Issue 4 of Poecology will be released on August 31, 2014. The issue features work by Kristin Berger, Clare Blackburne, Rob Carney, Peter Neil Carroll, Amber L. Cook, Allison Davis, Michelle Donahue, Lawrence Eby, Arif Gamal, Teow Lim Goh, Andrew Gottlieb, Grace Marie Grafton, Pernia Hassan, Jacqueline Hughes Simon, Matthew Brady Klitsch, Corinne Lee, Christopher… Read more »

  • Call for Submissions, Issue 4: Deadline May 31, 2014

        Call for Submissions, Issue 4   Submissions to Poecology Issue 4 are open until May 31, 2014. We accept submissions of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction with an emphasis on place, environment, or ecology. Issue 4 will be published on August 31, 2014. For a link to full submission guidelines and the online submissions… Read more »

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    Literary Locator Opens to Submissions

        The Literary Locator is now open to online submissions. Writers can nominate their own published work or the works of others to be included on the Literary Locator map. Please read the FAQ below for guidelines.     Frequently Asked Questions   How can I submit work to the Literary Locator? Beginning January… Read more »

  • LB-logoicon

    LitBridge Interview on Poecology and the LitLocator

    Melissa Burton of LitBridge interviewed editor Kristi Moos on place-writing and inspiration for Poecology and the LitLocator:   “Our relationship to places will always be reflected through our creative output. Writing is one mode of that output—there’s also visual art, architecture, urban design, community events, and other forms. Through Poecology and the Literary Locator, I… Read more »

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    Issue 3 and the Literary Locator are live!

      Issue 3 of Poecology and the Literary Locator map are live!   Click here to read Issue 3 and click here to visit the Literary Locator. Issue 3 features work by: Jess Alfaro, Karen An-hwei Lee, Jennifer Atkinson, Matthew James Babcock, Monica Barron, Carolyn Dille, Ann Fisher-Wirth and Laura-Gray Street, Taylor Graham, Kathleen Hellen,… Read more »

  • Issue 3 Poecology

    On the Horizon for 2013

    We’ve been quietly working behind the scenes on new developments, including an interactive literary map, an interview with the editors of the Ecopoetry Anthology, and this: a sneak peek of Issue 3’s cover art by John Brosio. Stay tuned as we unveil new content this summer. “Waiting” by John Brosio. See more of Brosio’s work… Read more »

  • Evan-Winchester

    Poecology reads at the Sacramento Poetry Center, 2/25

    Join Poecology contributors for a lively reading at the Sacramento Poetry Center on February 25th, 2013 from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Featuring writers Evan Winchester, Tess Taylor, Tim Kahl, harold terezón, Murray Silverstein, Sharon Coleman, Keely Hyslop, Sarah Ciston, and Kristi Moos. For more information, visit: www.sacramentopoetrycenter.com.       Evan Winchester is originally from… Read more »