Ecocene, Vol.1, Issue 2

January 29, 2021 § Leave a comment

ecocene vol.1, issue 2 Dec 2020Excerpt from Seeds has appeared in Ecocene: Cappadocia Journal of the Environmental HumanitiesTwo seeds have been published in Volume 1, Issue 2: “5. Tiny house, caracol, snail” + “19. SARS-CoV2.” My thanks to the editors of this fledgling environmental journal.

Some of the articles in this issue include a discussion of Gary Snyder’s “Poetics of Place,” an essay on environmental consciousness in English Saints’ Lives, and “The Dark Pastoral: Material Ecocriticism in the Anthropocene.”

There is also an art section curated by prOphecy sun, art editor of the journal, who is based at SFU: a discussion of the lichen drawings of Genevieve Roberts, by Caitlin Chaisson; Maja Smrekar’s “Survival Kit for the Anthropocene–Trailer,” an installation “designed as an openly disassembled mobile survival kit, which can also function as a water reservoir;” and Pinar
Yoldaş’s “An Ecosystem of Excess” on plastic waste. 

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