Laura-Gray Street is the author of Pigment and Fume, and her work has appeared in Poet Lore, Hawk & Handsaw, Many Mountains Moving, Gargoyle, ISLE, Shenandoah, Blackbird, the Notre Dame Review, and Best New Poets 2005. Her honors include four Pushcart Prize nominations, a poetry fellowship from the Virginia Commission for the Arts, Terrain.org’s Poetry Prize, Isotope’s Editors’ Prize in Poetry, the Southern Women Writers Conference Emerging Writer in Poetry Award, and the Dana Award in Poetry. Street is an assistant professor of English at Randolph College and president of the Greater Lynchburg Environmental Network.
As the critic R. P. Blackmur said, poetry “adds to the stock of available reality.” In The Ecopoetry Anthology, editors Ann Fisher-Wirth and Laura-Gray Street present hundreds of poems that add to our reality about the natural world, its beauties and its degradations. This groundbreaking collection has the capacity to transform people's lives aesthetically and politically. Poetry's eloquent...
An Almanac for Moderns, A Book of Hours, Cargoes and Harvests , Diversions of the Field, Flowering Earth, A Gathering of Birds, Green Laurels, A Natural History of North American Trees, The Road of a Naturalist