On Poetic Earth Month, we sometimes get inspired in April to celebrate by participating in writing challenges like the 30 Days 30 Poems challenge & poetry on the menu. Sometimes, we also like to join ecochallenge! The thing is, despite being both fun and worth doing, signing up on the ecochallenge website is far more […]
Celebrate Poetic Earth Month Guess what? It’s April again, and that means that not only is it National Poetry Month, it’s also Poetic Earth Month. The most wonderful month for celebration! What Can I Do to Celebrate Poetic Earth Month this April? 1. You can sign up to get free weekly poems✨ in your inbox! […]
Climate Breakdown can be an overwhelming subject. These 5 best eco books give not only usable tools, but even more importantly—hope.
You can find all of these great environment quotes in context in Earth Song: A Nature Poems Experience. Or you can enjoy them right here.
Is zero waste practical? Yes & no. Focusing too much on the details of “0” in the zero-waste equation draws attention away from what matters.
What is environmental writing? It can be anything—scientific, personal, political. And it’s been around for a lot longer than you might think.
Explore the Green Publishers list! These companies focus on books on our environment & / or pursue sustainable practices in their companies.
If you’re worried, and wondering if you can take any direct action to address climate breakdown, it can help to think of what areas need work and what areas you’re more able to focus on.
Everyone knows how discussions about climate can frequently degenerate. Here are tips on how to successfully talk about climate breakdown.
Climate breakdown is the most recent term for global warming (the temperature of the earth rising) and climate change (climate’s unprecedented change).
The Yellow Wallpaper Thistle in a Greenhouse see more art read “Why I Wrote the Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman & “Why She Created ‘The Yellow Wall-Paper’ Graphic Novel” It is very seldom that mere ordinary people like John and myself secure ancestral halls for the summer. A colonial mansion, a hereditary estate, I […]
In “Noticing” a short story by Sara Barkat, two travelers and sewists at the end of the world remember extinct birds and fairy tales.