Beyond nature writing, ecopoetics ranges from the making and study of pastoral and wilderness poetry to the intersection of poetry and animal studies, or from the poetics of urban environments to poets' responses to disasters and matters of environmental justice.
Bloomsbury Studies in Critical Poetics
Bloomsbury Studies in Critical Poetics, which seeks to publish the best contemporary scholarship on poetry from across the world, is edited by Professor Dan Katz. More details on the series website.
PAW is delighted to announce the publication of Paulo de Medeiros and Rosa Maria Martelo's new publication on contemporary Portuguese poetry with the MHRA. Special attention is given, in seven chapters, to the relations between poetry and the visual arts, to questions of gender, politics, language, and resistance. While aiming to make a unique contribution to Portuguese Studies, this book also invites scholars engaged in questions of Poetics across the board, to enter into a fresh dialogue. Besides seven critical chapters the book also contains a selection of poems by Adília Lopes, Ana Luísa Amaral, António Franco Alexandre, Gastão Cruz, José Miguel Silva, Manuel de Freitas, Margarida Vale de Gato, and Rui Pires Cabral in the original and with translations by Richard Zenith, Margaret Jull Costa, Alexis Levitin, Rui Pires Cabral, Martin Earl, Ana Hudson, and Jeffrey Childs.
Daniel Katz's essay, "Different and the Same: Beckett's Poèmes 37-39" will soon appear in Samuel Beckett's Poetry, James Brophy and William Davies, eds., Cambridge UP, 2022.