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- n. Poetry with a strong ecological message or emphasis.
The huge project I'm working on is an anthology of contemporary ecopoetry, coedited with Laura-Gray Street, that Trinity University Press will publish in a couple of years.
With Laura-Gray Street she is coediting Earth's Body, an international anthology of ecopoetry in English which Trinity University Press will publish in
About how an ecopoetry should do all sorts of work and also some about when it isn’t doing any sort of work at all, or what I want to call the “March of the Penguins” problem, where something might seem to be deliberately covering over or ignoring something crucial about environmental crisis.