Greenwoman Vol. 4: Garden Goddesses
Greenwoman Magazine celebrates garden writing in all its forms: fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, commentary, biography, art, and comics! Daring and fun, Greenwoman is for the hip gardener who loves digging into the world of art and environmental thought that underlies gardening.
Greenwoman Volume 4: Garden Goddesses
“A Generous Season”—A man gives homage to his wife’s vegetable-growing talents.
“Diary of a Garden Goddess”—a first-trowel account of the ups and downs in gardening for the very wealthy, by a part-time gardener/full-time mom.
“Amy’s Other Art: An Interview with (New York Times Bestseller Author) Amy Stewart—on her love of painting.
“Fire on the Mountain”—a chapter from the book Take to the Hills—in which a woman homesteader in the Ozarks has to fight a wild fire in order to save the family farm.
“Lady in Waiting”—a woman from the 1920s discovers horticulture (with a magical twist) as a way out of her unsatisfying life.
“En Route” and “Chamomile Tea”—Two poems about the not-so-secret lives of bees; “Perfect Eggs”—An ode to the sexual nature and gifts of chickens; “Grow”—a poem on just that; “Winter Garden”—a poem on the broody wonder of winter . . .
AND: another naughty (“Sex in the Garden”) column by Elisabeth Kinsey, who takes on tuber and bulb love; Dan Murphy’s “Slow Ride;” DB Rudin’s “The Creature Feature;” art, comics . . . and MORE.
Paperback, 72 pages, 8.5 x 0.17 x 11 inches