Ellen Girarardeau Kempler's "Jet Lag" places us in the rugged Arizona desert and takes us back into the furthest expanses of geologic time.
Dimitri Papadopoulos returns us to innocence, nostalgia, and inspiration with his touching poem "burgundy and oak".
Inspired by the work of the Dalai Lama and Greta Thunberg, Susan Bauer-Wu's book is her personal expression of concern for the earth.
In the wake of her new collection, Away, we reached out to poet Jenna Wysong Filbrun to find out more about her motivations and process.
David Hinton on what Taoism can teach us about Deep Ecology and how we can reconnect with our own ancient Paleolithic roots.
In her poem "Body of Work", Kimberly Phinney laments the distance which has been imposed between us and our earth, spiritually and tangibly.
Author and activist Kathleen Dean Moore on what inspires her, what drives her, and her struggle to write about hope.
Melanie Challenger asks how we can re-associate ourselves with nature and whether a pre-industrial intimacy with the natural world is even possible.
A moment of transcendence is captured by Robert Miner in this short and evocative poem inspired by the sight of a group of students flying kites on a quad. The movement from the earth to the sky and the devotional missive of the kites being sent up and disappearing into the darkness come together like a silent prayer or a whispered exchange between mortals and the infinite.