rewriting landscape.


Meg Hamill and Ted Keller



A recent study of six diverse world regions suggested that a quarter of all the animal and plant species living in those regions would be driven to extinction due to global warming within the next fifty years. It is becoming more and more clear that our major political and commercial institutions are not set up to effectively address such an ecological crisis, perhaps because they are still looking at the complex web of our world through a fragmented lens. There is no villain here save for a dangerously outdated Western worldview. These poems are laments for the species already gone.

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