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100 Poems to Save the Earth
100 Poems to Save the Earth

100 Poems to Save the Earth

Edited by Zoë Brigley, Edited by Kristian Evans



190 Pages, 5.25 x 8.25

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $17.99 (US $17.99) (CA $23.99)

Publication Date: September 2021

ISBN 9781781726242

Rights: US, CA, LAM, SAM & CAR

Seren (Sep 2021)

Price: $17.99


100 Poems to Save the Earth is a concise, eclectic, and engaging anthology of poems in English addressing the climate crisis, edited by Welsh poets and enviromentalists Zoë Brigley and Kristian Evans and including poems from America, UK, Ireland, and beyond, such as Roger Robinson, Rhian Edwards, Tishani Doshi, Aimee Nezhukumatathil, and George Szirtes.

Author Biography

Zoë Brigley has three PBS recommended poetry collections: The Secret (2007), Conquest (2012), and Hand & Skull (2019) (all from Bloodaxe); and recently a poetry chapbook, Aubade After A French Movie (Broken Sleep 2020). She has a collection of nonfiction essays Notes from a Swing State (Parthian 2019). She is Assistant Professor in English at the Ohio State University where she produces an anti-violence podcast: Sinister Myth. She won an Eric Gregory Award for the best British poets under 30, was Forward Prize commended, and listed in the Dylan Thomas Prize. Kristian Evans is a poet and editor from Kenfig in south Wales, interested in ecological philosophy, animism, and the history of magic. He has written several texts for performance and a chapbook of poems, Unleaving (HappenStance 2015). A keen amateur naturalist, he writes a regular column "A Kenfig Journal" for the environmental charity Sustainable Wales.