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Issue Details: First known date: 2021... 2021 Late Summer Crescent Moon
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    y separately published work icon Plumwood Mountain : An Australian Journal of Ecopoetry and Ecopoetics Embodied Belonging : Towards an Ecopoetic Lyric vol. 8 no. 1 November 2021 27627808 2021 periodical issue poetry

    'What is generally understood by the term ‘lyric poetry’? The prominent lyric theorist Jonathan Culler (99), proposes that lyric poetry is seen as the expression of a single consciousness in figurative language and usually takes the form of a short poem voicing personal feeling. If that is the case, what might an ‘ecopoetic lyric’ look like? Tom Bristow (15) writing on the ecopoetic lyric, or as he terms the ‘Anthropocene lyric’, believes that ecopoetry should distance itself from anthropomorphic descriptions of nature and integrate conceptions of humanity’s impacts on the planet.' (Sophie Finlay : Introduction to Embodied Belonging: Towards an Ecopoetic Lyric

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