Image by Julie Gough

EARTH Editorial: Maria Takolander

11 Works by Julie Gough

Colours of the Ground: How Local Pigments Seek Local Words by Gregory Day
When Words Have No Equals: A Response to Lisa Robertson’s Thresholds: A Prosody of Citizenship by Judy Annear

The Case of the Animals Versus Humans Before the King of the Jinn by Safdar Ahmed
‘When I look I am seen, so I exist.’ by Maria Vella
Rosencrantz and Gildenstern and Collaborethics by Eleanor Jackson and Tom Hogan
Doppelgangers Across Lands: 6 Poems by Emily Sun

3 Inger-Mari Aikio Translations by Kasper Salonen
Long Poem Translation of Marilyne Bertoncini by Dominique Hecq
3 Hasan Alizadeh Translations by Kayvan Tahmasebian and Rebecca Ruth Gould

‘The amorphousness of meaning-making’: Elena Gomez Interviews Toby Fitch

And 66 new poems selected by Maria Takolander:
Greta Thunberg Ode
by Dominic Symes
notes on a so-called sydney summer
by Holly Friedlander Liddicoat
by Zowie Douglas-Kinghorn
Blue Whales
by Dilantha Gunawardana
Two Meditations on the Ecology
by John Hoppenthaler
Brimstone Villanelle
by John Kinsella
by Gavin Yuan Gao
by Joanne Burns
The Waterside
by Zoe Holman
Giant Rainforest Snail
by Jena Woodhouse
The Fish-Twins
by Michael Protacio-De Guzman
Forecast 2030
by King Llanza
by Adam Stokell
by Corey Hill
Figures in the Water
by Caitlin Doyle-Markwick
Sie semper tyrannis
by Samuel Wagan Watson
by Hibah Shabkhez
abandoning the planet
by Phil Wallach
by Broede Carmody
Amazon up in smoke
by Christian Garduno
Hands in the Earth
by Dylan Brennan
Orange Wabi-Sabi
by Lou Verga
Night-blooming Cereus
by Natalie D-Napoleon
by Kim Westwood
by Lucy Alexander
The cave, like the world
by Kristen Lang
Death of an Astronaut
by Benjamin Dodds
Scandal Bag
by Beth Merindah
Storied Storage
by Bill Howell
by Magdalena Ball
Dark Crystals
by Chris Holdaway
Botanic Park
by Heather Taylor-Johnson
this is not cinema
by Morgan Nunan
by Damen O'Brien
Rules is rules
by Jilly O'Brien
Under the House
by Jennifer Compton
The Language of Flowers
by Ali Jane Smith
Snow Fox
by Kyle Guest
The Museum of Trees
by Susan Wardell
Cemetery Time
by Jessica Holburn
It’s Challenging
by Liam Ferney
The Garden behind the Moon
by Reena Choudhary
Cherry Blossom
by Susannah Violette
Lifting doom’s veil
by Bobbie Sparrow
by Iain Twiddy
by Claire Collie
Phoning home
by Bronwyn Lovell
by Madeleine Dale
by Charles D'Anastasi
by Matthew Wojczys
The Bogongs
by Alice Blackwood
by Fiona Lynch
r. obtusum
by Sascha Morrell
Some Symptoms, 2019
by Connor Weightman
King Tide
by Toby Fitch
by Simon Hall
With the fishes
by Emilie Collyer
Black-throated Finch
by Jarad Bruinstroop


Released: 1 February 2020


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