Poems by Kathleen A. Dale, Louisa Loveridge Gallas, Judith Harway, and Bill Murtaugh
This is a volume of both new and selected poems. Environmental themes have long been central to the creative work that each of us does, and the depredations of the Trump era have called us to speak out more directly. You could call this a political project because “politics,” at its etymological root, refers to belonging – we belong to our poor beleaguered planet, to one another, and, in these poems, to the continued chorus of artists raising their voices against environmental and social injustice. As Mary Oliver asked, “Do you think there is anything not attached by its unbreakable cord to everything else?”
All proceeds from sales of this limited-edition chapbook will be donated to the Environmental Defense Fund.
Published by: tinder/tender press, 2018