Poet Alan Britt lends his paradoxical and metaphysical poetic perspective to subjects like gardens, birds, cats and dogs.
The poems of Jane Hirshfield have long combined engagement with nature, science, and a concern for social justice.
Born with Song: Wang Ping Spreads Art, Poetry, and Kinship from the Mississippi to the Yangtze.
Between teaching environmental studies and yoga, Ann Fisher-Wirth finds time to write some of the most compelling modern environmental poetry around.
A wildlife biology major in college, poet Maria Melendez Kelson continues to be inspired by wildness in human nature & human connections to wild nature.
Naomi Thiers is author of Only The Raw Hands Are Heaven, She Was a Cathedral and In Yolo County.
Author and poet Lalita Noronha, who emigrated to the U.S. from India at age 23, gives fresh perspectives on life and nature in the United States.
Environmental poet Lucille Lang Day has published ten books of poetry, including Infinities, which moves from the birth of the universe to inner space.
Not owning a car, poet Marianne Szlyk frequents public transit and takes many walks, during which she communes with trees, flowers, insects & small mammals.
Award-winiing poet Craig Santos Perez focuses his work on the continuing effects, and environmental impacts, of colonization.