Trickster, Scavenger, Discoverer of light
A long poem sequence about forms of resistance, survival, and the common raven. By Kim Trainor.
Voice for a New Americana
An ear tuned to the sound of prairie winds. Poems by Amy Sage Webb-Baza.
In John Clare’s Footsteps
A poet and teacher recalls his first chance encounter with describing things in verse. By Pete Mullineaux.
The Naming of Plants
A child's universe, alive with what grows in a back yard. By Stephen Orr.
On Souls Wrapped in Bark
A tree climber sings his heart out for that which beautifies earth and sky. By Mark Goodwin.
Swift- & Gnat-Man Myth
A talent for the music of vowels and consonants in the verse-drift of meaning. A poem by Mark Goodwin.
A Blanket Over Us — 5 poems by Julia Travers
Can someone soothe the world-strain that beleaguers a caring, thoughtful, trusting soul. By Julia Travers.
'They know from the look in the farmer’s eyes': 3 Poems by Pete Mullineaux
The nature poems of Pete Mullineaux.
The Loving Ache for Nature: Poems by Lis Sanchez
What a true ear for counterpoint in nature poetry is capable of. Poetry by Lis Sanchez.