Earth Day is an everyday practice. A recognition of care for and community with the greater-than-human world.
In celebration of Earth Day, I’m highlighting some of my ecopoetry that’s available to read online.
“What Howls Beneath,” and “The End, And Then…” in Red Canary Magazine’s Eco Lit Series.
“Birdstrike” in Claw and Blossom.
“Communion” in Flyway Journal of Writing and Environment.
“When Carrots Rained From the Sky” in Feral: A Journal of Poetry and Art.
“Brass” in Tulip Tree Review’s Wild Women issue.