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.
Volume 3 features:
"Mr. Stripey"-The hilarious (and edgy) story of a marriage battle-over a tomato plant.
"No Compost, No Digestion"-a chapter excerpt from Joel Salatin's amazing new book Folks, This Ain't Normal.
"Blackberry Bramble"-An erotically-charged blackberry poem . . . yum.
"Never Surrender!"-The tale of a Colorado Plain's man who wants to save his true love's garden.
"Almost Too Happy"-one woman's reflection on how her imperfect and sometimes out-of-control life is very much like her garden.
"Victory Gardens of Today"-a historic piece by LaManda Joy on America's Second World War Victory Gardens and the valuable lessons they can teach us now.
We also have a heart-to-heart interview with Jane Gates (landscape designer/writer/artist); another naughty ("Sex in the Garden") column by Elisabeth Kinsey, who muses on the profoundly fecund subject of dirt; Dan Murphy's "Slow Ride;" DB Rudin's "The Creature Feature;" art, comics . . . and MORE.