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Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts1 day ago

A really great talk between LA Review of Books and DOWNDRIFT author Johanna Drucker. https://lareviewofbooks.org/av/johanna-drucker-ecological-longview/#!

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts1 week ago

https://www.asle.org/stay-informed/asle-2019-conference-call-panels-open/ The theme for 2019 is Paradise on Fire. Submissions due September 2018, and papers due October 2018. I may propose for this event. If anyone's interested in joining, please let me know (conference is in June 2019, Davis, California). editor@dragonfly.eco.

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts2 weeks ago

The Wainwright Prize is considered the equivalent of the Booker Prize for nature writing...

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts2 weeks ago

Novelist Jeff VanderMeer: "Today, I feel like an ambassador for nature and animals. I try to present them properly in my fiction. I try to present the complexities of ecosystems. Issues of climate change are in there, but the point is that there’s this amazing...

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts2 weeks ago

https://eco-fiction.com/interview-patricia-j-anderson/ My interview with Patricia J. Anderson, author of the new novel THRESHOLD. Wonderful chat!

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts2 weeks ago

Ever since the 1950s, our books, movies, and songs have contained fewer and fewer references to flowers, birds, trees, and the outdoors. What does it all mean?

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