Tag Archives: environment

Replanting the Lungs of the World

I hate to have to say this to some of my neighbours, but logging as we know it has to end. We are cutting out the lungs of the world. According to the National Resources Defense Council, forest clearcutting is … Continue reading

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Poetry Alive and Well During Poetry Month Pt. 2

A Marriage of Form and Theme Richard Harrison, On Not Losing My Father’s Ashes in the Flood (Buckrider Books). I’ve been a fan of Harrison’s poetry since his 2005 collection Worthy of His Fall, an undeservedly overlooked gem. Unlike the … Continue reading

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Poetry Alive and Well During Poetry Month Pt. 1

Turning Back to the Earth as Muse Poetry is indeed alive and well in 2018. Judging by recent books by both established and emerging poets, the art is in fine fettle. There’s evidence of both high craft and relevance to … Continue reading

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