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The Routledge Companion to Ecopoetics

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The Routledge Companion to Ecopoetics offers comprehensive coverage of the vital and growing movement of ecopoetics. This volume begins with a general introduction to the field, followed by six sections:

Perspectives: broad overviews engaging fields such as biosemiosis, kinship praxis, and philosophical approaches
Experiments: formal innovations developed by poets in response to planetary crises
Earth and Water: explorations of poetic entanglement with planetary chemical and biological systems
Waste/Toxicity/Precarity: poetics addressing the effects of pollution and climate change
Environmental Justice and Activism: examinations of poetry as an engine of political and cultural change
Region and Place: an international array of traditional and contemporary geographically focused responses to ecosystems and environmental conditions; and
Subjectivities/Affects/Sexualities: investigations of gender, ethnicity, and race as they intersect with ecological concerns

Each section includes an overview and summary addressing the specific essays in the section. These previously unpublished essays represent a wide variety of nationalities, backgrounds, perspectives, and critical approaches exploring the interdisciplinary field of ecopoetics. Contributions from leading scholars working across the globe make The Routledge Companion to Ecopoetics a landmark textbook and reference for a variety of researchers and students.
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Julia Fiedorczuk is a poet, writer, translator, and lecturer at the Institute of English Studies and a cofounder of the Environmental Studies Center at Warsaw University. She created the program for the experimental School of Ecopoetics at the Institute of Reportage in Warsaw. She has published several poetry books, the last of which, Psalms (2017), received the Szymborska Prize, Poland's most prestigious award for poetry, as well as three novels, short stories and essays in ecocriticism, including Ekopoetyka / Ecopoetica / Ecopoetics (with Gerardo Beltran, Warsaw, 2015). Her work has been translated into over 20 languages, including books in English, Spanish, Swedish, Ukrainian, Lithuanian, Serbian, Chinese and Georgian.

Mary Newell authored the poetry chapbooks Re-SURGE and TILT/ HOVER/ VEER and essays including "When Poetry Rivers" (Interim journal 38.3). She is co-editor of Poetics for the More-than-Human-World: An Anthology of Poetry and Commentary. She teaches creative writing at the University of Connecticut.

Bernard Quetchenbach is the author of Back from the Far Field, a study of twentieth century American poetry; two poetry collections; and two chapbooks. His essay collection Accidental Gravity was a finalist and honorable mention in the 2017 Foreword Indies Book of the Year contest. "The Man by the Fire," his meditation on a Gary Snyder poem, was selected as the 2019 winner of the O. Marvin Lewis award from Weber: The Contemporary West. He edited The Bunch Grass Motel: The Collected Poems of Randall Gloege, a 2018 High Plains Book Awards finalist. With Mary Newell and Sarah Nolan, he edited Poetics for the More-Than-Human World, an anthology of poetry and commentary from several continents. He was an Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Artist-in-Residence in the Custer-Gallatin National Forest in 2015, and a workshop leader for the Yellowstone Forever/National Park Service Arts-in-the Park program in 2017. He is a professor of English at Montana State University Billings, where he teaches literature, environmental humanities, composition, and creative writing.

Orchid Tierney is an assistant professor of English at Kenyon College. She is the author of the collection a year of misreading the wildcats (2019).

Section I. Perspectives

Mary Newell

Chapter 1. The Poetics of the Self-Conscious Anthropocene

Lynn Keller

Chapter 2. The Agencene

H. L. Hix

Chapter 3. Decolonial Praxis/Indigenous Resurgence: Relational Accountability in 'Kin Study' Poetics

Linda Russo

Chapter 4. Planetary Poiesis

Aaron Moe

Chapter 5. Lucretius, Extinction Rebellion, and the Poetics of Love and Rage

Evelyn Reilly

Section II. Experiments

Julia Fiedorczuk

Chapter 6. Indigenous Poiesis: The Semiotics of Circulation in Villegas' Maya Poetry

Charles Maurice Pigott

Chapter 7. Embodiment as an 'Ongoing Formal Experience': New Materialist Encounters with Ecopoetics

Joanna Makowska

Chapter 8. Down in Strata: Stratigraphic Poetics and Feminist Literary Engagement in Brenda Hillman's Cascadia

Gerald Maa and Ben Rutherfurd

Chapter 9. Cartographical Imagination as an Ecopoetic Mode of Engaging the Global

Grzegorz Czemiel

Chapter 10. "Not the light / of any evening / but the light / of this evening": Ecopoetics, Ethics and Particularity in the Work of Thomas A Clark

Harriet Tarlo

Section III. Earth and Water

Orchid Tierney

Chapter 11. Phytopoetics: Human-Plant Relations and the Poiesis of Vegetal Life"

John Charles Ryan

Chapter 12. Amazonian Zoophytography: Ecopoetic Writing with Animals and Plants

Patricia Vieira

Chapter 13. Elegiac Joy: Ross Gay and Aimee Nezhukumatathil's Poetics of the Garden

Anissa Wardi

Chapter 14. Riparian Entanglements: an Ecopoetics of the Colonial River

Stephen Collis

Chapter 15. "Nature's way of representing the world": Alice Oswald's Poetry and Poetics of Water
Christian Schmitt-Kilb

Chapter 16. Women Poets Breaking the Waves of the Portuguese Sea

Nuno Marques and Margarida Vale de Gato

Chapter 17. "Will plastic make life impossible?: Transpacific Poets Confront Ocean Plastic

Aaron Pinnix

Section IV. Waste/Toxicity/Precarity

Adam Dickinson

Chapter 18. The Work of Reconnection, Japanese Ecopoetry by Rumiko Kora and Ryoichi Wago

Ayako Takahashi and Judy Halebsky

Chapter 19. "The machine took me in': Processing Nuclear Labors in Kathleen Flenniken's Plume"

Nicole M. Merola

Chapter 20. Extinction and Re-Plenitude

Joshua Schuster

Chapter 21. Anti-Atmospheres and Everyday Rare Phenomena

Orchid Tierney

Chapter 22. "Imperial Debris": the Vietnam War and Mai Der Vang's Yellow Rain

Zhou Xiaojing

Section V. Environmental Justice and Activism

Bernard Quetchenbach

Chapter 23. Saboteurial Poetics: Blockades, Machine-Breaking, & Infrastructure from Below

Alexandra Campbell and Fred Carter

Chapter 24. Witness to the Exchange: Documentary Environmental Poetics

Jonathan Skinner

Chapter 25. Energy Ecopoetics

Margaret Ronda and Kristin George Bagdanov

Chapter 26. "To end again tomorrow": The Virtual Reality Ecopoetics of On the Morning You Wake (to the End of the World

Kaitlin Moore

Section VI. Region and Place

Bernard Quetchenbach

Chapter 27. African Ecopoetics

Philip Aghoghvwia and Emily McGiffin

Chapter 28. 'New' Nature Poetry: An Ecopoetical Reading of Contemporary

Pakistani Nature Poetry

Munazza Yaqoob

Chapter 29. Ecopoetics and Ecofeminist Poetics in Contemporary China

Liansu Meng

Chapter 30. Vahni Capildeo and the Convergence of Ecopoetics and Dougla Poetics

Lubabah Chowdhury

Chapter 31. Building a Homestead: An Ecopoetic Reading of the Poetry of Paul Celan

Pawel Piszczatowski

Chapter 32. Country Matters: Introducing Australian Ecopoetics

Tom Bristow

Chapter 33. Francophone Ecopoetics: The Performativity of the Text

Gina Stamm

Section VII. Subjectivities/Affects/Sexualities

Orchid Tierney

Chapter 34. Taken by the Creek: The Queer Ecology of Minnie Bruce Pratt's Crime Against Nature

Stacey Balkun

Chapter 35. Entangled Remembrances: Counter-memory and New Materialism in Judith Wright's Poetry"

Riza Cimen

Chapter 36. Indigenous Counter-Narratives: Sami Poetry Challenging the Mastery of Nature

Anne Heith

Chapter 37. The (Un)Sustainable Self and Post-Human Spaces of Interiority in Contemporary North American and Polish Poetry

Paulina Ambrozy

Chapter 38. It Expresses THEM!: Black Women's Writings and Ecopoetics

Carlyn Ferrari

Chapter 39. Who was ever only themselves?" Cross-border Ecologies of Translation

Zoe Skoulding

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