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March 10, 2022

Loss/Less

Christy Tidwell

By Rebecca A. Durham. Shanti Arts, 2022. 

Chosen by Susan Howe for the Marsh Hawk Press Rochelle Ratner Memorial Award, Loss/Less is a collection that addresses grief and reverence for the natural world. These commanding yet haunting poems present an “ecstatic interpretation of the natural world that brings Emerson to mind. Her lush, vibrant language is a hymn, hypnotic—and a warning about our human impact, our ‘monstrous lust’ that threatens” (Erin Malone).

Fire and Water Symposium in Kelowna

Poster art: “Sacred Water” by Coralee Miller

Fire and Water: Creative and Critical Perspectives from the Okanagan Watershed and Beyond

Friday, 13 May, 2022 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Woodhaven Eco-Culture Centre, Kelowna

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“Fire and Water” is a free one-day symposium of workshops, storytelling, talks, performances, and other forms of sharing creative and critical perspectives on water ecologies and fire practices in the Okanagan watershed and beyond. This event will take place on site at the Woodhaven Eco Culture Centre on Syilx territory, primarily outdoors ...

ASLE Statement on the War in Ukraine

ASLE opposes the illegal and immoral invasion of Ukraine by Russia. Ukraine is a sovereign state with a distinct history, language, and culture. Russia has no right to colonize Ukraine. We stand against imperial wars and the social and environmental destruction that they wreak. We call on our academic colleagues to condemn this war and the fossil fuel infrastructure that supports it. We support the people of Ukraine in their resistance and look forward to the day when Ukrainians live again in peace.

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