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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 Cherish, Wonder and the Want to Protect : Angela Costi Reviews ‘Green Dance’ by Jena Woodhouse
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'Some of us are fortunate to have experienced those places where nature awakens us to become its disciple. A pause on a mountain top or a walk in a rain forest compels us to contemplate our humanity. However to write about this experience without undertones of politics nor activism, rather with precise lyric and evocative tone is what Jena Woodhouse has undoubtedly achieved in her most recent poetry collection, Green Dance. Through her lens, she amplifies the micro of our natural world in such a way where you can’t help but cherish, wonder and want to protect what we have left.' (Introduction)

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