Greenwoman Vol. 6: Moon Gardening
Greenwoman 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 6: Moon Gardening
“Gardening with the Moon”—the history and the lore, and how to garden even more successfully when you’re in harmony with the celestial.
“A Jeffersonian Agrarian Intellectual”: Greenwoman Magazine interviews Joel Salatin, and America’s favorite farmer/writer/publisher tells all about his long relationship with, and passion for, the written word.
“Little Cabbage”—A woman in her last days thinks back to the love of her life and their earthy romance.
“Coping Strategies”—pushed to the brink by all the bad news in the world, Leslie thinks up original ways to cope.
“Heirlooms & Hothouses”—Lauri Griffin (Colorado springs educator/artist/writer) extols the virtues of both and shows how we can learn from our rich gardening past.
“Chopping Firewood” and “Uncle Joe’s Onions”—two poems celebrating the male connection to Nature by Jim Ciletti (one of Colorado Springs’ foremost poets!)
“Love & Roses”—a young, stressed-out wife discovers the perfect metaphor for her marriage, thorns and all.
“Garden Party”—a poem that shows what the garden knows.
And . . . another intriguing (“Sex in the Garden”) column by Elisabeth Kinsey (of Denver), who muses on the cactus/phallus connection; 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.