Monthly Archives: April 2013

2013 Conference on Ecopoetics: The Ever-Extending Net

Every surface pervious! —Charles Legere The organizers of the first Conference on Ecopoetics (February 2013, UC Berkeley) made the striking choice to formulate the welcome as a problem-solution proposal, with CO2 levels and climate change as the central crises and ecopoetics as a potential “vehicle for mobilizing collective advocacy and action.” After my initial kneejerk […]