ecopoetics

Photograph of Jonathan Skinner in the Colorado Rockies

Jonathan Skinner is a poet, field recordist, editor, and critic, best known for founding the journal ecopoetics. His poetry collections and chapbooks include Chip Calls (Little Red Leaves, 2014), Birds of Tifft (BlazeVOX, 2011), Warblers (Albion Books, 2010), and Political Cactus Poems (Palm Press, 2005). He has published numerous ecocritical essays on the work of contemporary poets, translations of French poetry and garden theory, essays on bird song from the perspective of ethnopoetics, and essays on concepts such as the Third Landscape, Visceral Poetics and Vibrational Communication. Skinner teaches in the Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies at the University of Warwick.

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