Review of Ghost Fishing: An Eco-Justice Poetry Anthology on Hooligan Magazine’s Website
Hooligan Magazine recently reviewed Ghost Fishing: An Eco Justice Poetry Anthology, edited by Split This Rock co-founder Melissa Tuckey:
"This anthology took off in its ability to make both eco-justice and poetry feel accessible and relatable. At the forefront of this is the well sought out inclusion of diverse cultural and identity representations in the poets and their topics. Compiling a truly representational book of ecologically and socially aware poetry from a subject historically shadowed by cliché dead white men musing about flowers is no small feat. In doing so, editor Melissa Tuckey helped correct the cliché and successfully acknowledged readers who have felt their narratives on this topic were broadly unheard and unaccounted for up until this point."
Read the full review on Hooligan Magazine's website.