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Author: Melissa Tuckey; Camille T Dungy
Publisher: Athens, Georgia : The University of Georgia Press, [2018] ©2018
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"The first anthology to focus solely on poetry with an eco-justice bent. A culturally diverse collection entering a field where nature poetry anthologies have historically lacked diversity, this book presents a rich terrain of contemporary environmental poetry with roots in many cultural traditions."--Amazon.com.
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Genre/Form: Nature poetry
Ecopoetry
Poetry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Melissa Tuckey; Camille T Dungy
ISBN: 0820353159 9780820353159
OCLC Number: 1004957170
Description: xvii, 460 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: A small needful fact / Ross Gay --
The nature of nature is to define our nature, or what eco-justice poetry might mean: a foreword / Camille T. Dungy --
Introduction / Melissa Tuckey --
Section 1: La frontera / Sin fronteras: land, culture, possession, and dispossession. Sorrow home / Margaret Walker --
Late shift / Tim Seibles --
What are you? Where are you from? / Aimee Nezhukumatathil --
Deleuze & Guattari: Making love is not just becoming as one, or even two, but becoming as a hundred thousand / Gregory Pardlo --
Leaving Tulsa / Jennifer Elise Foerster --
Zacuanpapalotls / Brenda Cardenas --
Anchorage / Joy Harjo --
Saguaros / Javier Zamora --
Staying in the flood / Emmy Perez --
summer, somewhere (excerpt) / Daniez Smith --
We who weave / Leconte Dill --
Bones: a city poem / Cheryl Savageau --
Uptown / Alan King --
Native trees / W.S. Merwin --
Ghosts / Francine Rubin --
Crossing / Brian Komei Dempster --
Cleaning / Camille T. Dungy --
Unpeopled Eden (excerpt) / Rigoberto Gonzalez --
How to disappear the stars / Lauren Camp. Section II: Instead of flowers: war. Dulce et decorum est / Wilfred Owen --
Overheard in S.E. Asia / Denise Levertov --
For the record / Adrienne Rich --
Cloud watching / Natalie Diaz --
Wi'-gi-e / Elise Paschen --
In California during the Gulf War / Denise Levertov --
Landscape with translucent moon / Jennifer H. Atkinson --
Awe is the entrance / Christi Kramer --
Mappemonde / Philip Metres --
Lunch in Nablus City Park / Naomi Shihab Nye --
The dogs of Ashdod / Zein el-Amine --
If it were / Javier Zamora --
For the missing in action / John Balaban --
You and I are disappearing / Yusef Komunyakaa --
Supreme / Frances Payne Adler --
Confiteor: a country song / Patricia Monaghan --
Descent / Gabriella M. Belfiglio --
Daisy cutter / Camille T. Dungy --
Why I don't mention flowers when conversations with my brother reach uncomfortable silence / Natalie Diaz --
Cousins / Brian Brodeur --
In Jordan's northernmost province / Shara Lessley --
Bamboo / Linda Hogan --
Little fires (excerpt) / Christina Lovin --
Birthday poem, March 31, 1999 / Sarah Browning --
Another day / Sara Goudarzi --
Pomegranate means grenade / Jamaal May --
Register of eliminated villages / Tarfia Faizullah --
Moving still (excerpt). Section III: Little farm, big farm: food, culture, and capital. Harvest song / Jean Toomer --
Focus in real time / June Jordan --
From the field / Lenard D. Moore --
Umpaowastewin / Margaret Noodin --
While they sing they have no names / Lee Sharkey --
Suddenly in grace / Honoree Fanonne Jeffers --
How we live / Valerie Nieman --
Now I pray / Kathy Engel --
Wealth / Allison Adelle Hedge Coke --
Almonds / Elizabeth Jacobson --
harvest / Quraysh Ali Lansana --
after harvest / Quraysh Ali Lansana --
Federico's ghost / Martin Espada --
Sweetgum country / Ann Fisher-Wirth --
Monsanto, drunk in the garden / Melissa Tuckey --
Abecedarian yellow / Dan Vera --
Coca-Cola and coco frio / Martin Espada --
Urban warming / Truth Thomas --
The sweet and vinegary taste / Cheryl Savageau --
cutting greens / Lucille Clifton --
Her fruit / Celeste Guzman Mendoza --
To the fig tree on 9th and Christian / Ross Gay --
[poem title in non-Roman script] / Philip Metres --
Detroit / Alison Swan --
Milk / Linda Hogan --
Perhaps the world ends here / Joy Harjo. Section IV: Tell the birds: human-animal relations. generations / Lucille Clifton --
The great chain of being / Clare Rossini --
Return / Kathy Engel --
Spider's orb / Katy Richey --
Crossing a city highway / Yusef Komunyakaa --
Blackbody curve / Samiya Bashir --
Mountain lion / Linda Hogan --
Whole notes / Pamela Uschuk --
Whale song / Elise Paschen --
There are days now / Morton Marcus --
I was sleeping where the black oaks move / Louise Erdrich --
ginen the micronesian kingfisher [i sihek] / Craig Santos Perez --
Midwestern zoo / Karen Skolfield --
Hum / Joshua McKinney --
Raining in the fields / Doug Anderson --
300 goats / Naomi Shihab Nye --
The bee people / Amy Miller --
The barnacle and the gray whale / Cecilia Llompart --
Magnifying glass / Tim Seibles --
Strategy against dying / Monica Sok --
Eviction notice / Brian Patrick Heston --
Albatross / Kevin Simmonds --
The dream of antelope / Dane Cervine --
The parable of St. Matthew Island / Dane Cervine --
Too many / David Baker --
The dogs and I walked our woods / Gretchen Primack --
Serengeti afternoon / Lisa Rizzo. Section V: Unquiet air: resource extraction. Alloy / Muriel Rukeyser --
the killing of the trees / Lucille Clifton --
Eloquence of Earth (excerpt) / Kimberley Blaeser --
2008, XII / Wendell Berry --
Fat / Linda Hogan --
Money / Jane Mead --
Epithalamia / Joan Naviyuk Kane --
Benefit of the doubt / J.D. Smith --
A Hakka man farms rare earth in South China / Wang Ping --
29 men / Heather Lynn Davis --
Wampum / Honoree Fanonne Jeffers --
New Jersey poem / Maria Mazziotti Gillian --
Snake River IV / Molly McGlennen --
Refinement / Elee Kraljii Gardiner --
In this place / Matthew Shenoda --
Aral / Jaime Lee Jarvis --
Paddling the nickel tailings near Sudbury / Aaron Kreuter --
Ghost fishing Louisiana / Melissa Tuckey --
To Haiti from Mountain Dell Farm / Lisa Wujnovich --
Finding water on Mars / Grant Clauser --
It's what they do / Judith Sornberger --
Looking out over an abyss in Boone County / Beth Wellington --
Lullaby in Fracktown / Lilace Mellin Guignard --
Living by a tank farm cradle song / Vivian Faith Prescott. Section VI: To see the Earth: eco-disaster. The corrosive season / Lynn Riggs --
Trained on the hill / Eleanor Wilner --
To see the earth before the end of the world / Ed Roberson --
Makers / Pamela Alexander --
A massive dying off / Camille T. Dungy --
Inundated / Hayes Davis --
Buffalo Creek / Jason Frye --
At the Chernobyl power plant eco-reserve / Jennifer H. Atkinson --
Dance, dance, while the hive collapses / Tiffany Higgins --
Requiem / Melissa Tuckey --
Who would be free, themselves must strike the blow / June Jordan --
The orange alert / Douglas Kearney --
A violet in the crucible / Brenda Hillman --
Did it ever occur to you that maybe you're falling in love? / Ailish Hopper --
Trying to talk with a man / Adrienne Rich --
As if hearing heavy furniture moved on the floor above us / Jane Hirshfield --
Transients / Vivian Faith Prescott --
Malebolge: Prince William Sound / Sam Hamill --
The weather / Hayan Charara --
Typhoon poem / Patrick Rosal --
Water / Dan Wilcox --
atlantis made easy / Evie Shockley --
Deepwater / Saeed Jones --
Foreground, Fukushima / Jody Bolz --
Diary of Sila the Sky God / Hila Ratzabi --
After 2/3 of a village in Papua New Guinea is decimated by natural disaster / Purvi Shah --
Evening / Dorianne Laux --
To keep faith / Karenne Wood --
A great civilization / Dane Cervine. Section VII: Taking root: resistance, resilience, and resurgence. Eagle poem / Joy Harjo --
Abstract / Amy Young --
Ode to Stromatolites / Myra Sklarew --
the weight of all things / Randall Horton --
Culture and the universe / Simon J. Ortiz --
After a new moon / Arthur Sze --
Graze a dark field / Sheree Renee Thomas --
No turning back for the soul / Jacqueline Marcus --
What the water knows / Sam Hamill --
Moon gathering / Eleanor Wilner --
Photo of my grandmother running toward us on a beach in Ilokos / Patrick Rosal --
Taking root / Tara Betts --
Burial / Ross Gay --
To hold a meditation / Christian Campbell --
Invocation / Everett Hoagland --
Aubade / Elee Kraljii Gardiner --
Hiking with my father / Ruth Irupe Sanabria --
The peace of wild things / Wendell Berry --
THISTLES in a FIELD / Marilyn Nelson --
Brazos bend / Nancy K. Pearson --
Recovery / Katy Richey --
Thanks / W.S. Merwin --
Freeway 280 / Lorna Dee Cervantes --
What's never wasted / Yael Flusberg --
Take a giant step / Jose Padua --
The seeds talk back to Monsanto / Brenda Hillman --
Set the garden on fire / Chen Chen --
Downriver, Rio Grande Ghazalion / Emmy Perez --
America, I sing you back / Allison Adelle Hedge Coke. Section VIII: Plead for me: beyond America. We travel like all people / Mahmoud Darwish --
Fulfillment / Saadi Youssef --
Ama-ar-gi / Dunya Mikhail --
Pomegranates / Tala Abu Rahmeh --
Thrombosis in the veins of petroleum / Taha Muhammad Ali --
Untitled / Dennis Brutus --
Ships / Tolu Ogunlesi --
Sleeping in a makeshift grave / Tanure Ojaide --
Kenya: a love letter / Mukoma wa Ngugi --
'Satao' / Stephen Derwent Partington --
Snow in Ulan Bator / Jiang Tao --
The day it rained fish and swallows / Kristine Ong Muslim --
The walls / Kazurnari Usuki --
Give us back everything / Yasunori Akiyama --
What should we do? / Hiromi Mishou --
"Microwave" ("Micro-ondas") / Angelica Freitas --
Little farm / Juan Carlos Galeano --
History / Juan Carlos Galeano --
Kyoto protocol / Luis Alberto Ambroggio --
The rivers / Claribel Alegria --
The parrots / Ernesto Cardenal --
New ecology / Ernesto Cardenal --
The price of what you see / Esthela Calderon --
About angels IX / Homero Aridjis --
Celebrate / Jorge Riechmann --
In the middle of the bridge / Kirmen Uribe --
Circle the wagons: in ink: meditation on treaty two / Shane Rhodes --
beware of dog / Daniela Elza --
Spawn / Kim Goldberg --
Sometimes we resist / Stephen Collis --
Hutopia (excerpt) / Alec Finlay --
Turning the ship for home and then the telling / Pippa Little --
Murmuration / David Attwooll --
17 principles of environmental justice from the First National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit.
Responsibility: Melissa Tuckey, editor ; foreword by Camille T. Dungy.

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