FWF2020 Ecofeminism — Recommended Readings

ALICE ROBINSON is the author of The Glad Shout and Anchor Point.

Book recommendations
The Mother Fault, Kate Mildenhall, Simon & Schuster
The End We Start From, Megan Hunter, Pan Macmillian
Wolfe Island, Lucy Treloar, Pan Macmillan

Online recommendations
Aching for Apocalypse — Alice Robinson’s journey from childhood to being a mother. 
Might Force — a review of Helen Garner’s Yellow Notebook  by Alice Robinson.
Reaching for a Bruised Apple: Sonia Orchard and Peggy Frew — review by Alice Robinson.

INGA SIMPSON is the author of Understory: a life with trees,, Where the Trees Were and Nest.

Book recommendations
Fathoms: the world in the whale, Rebecca Giggs, Scribe Publications
Figuring, Maria Popova, Penguin
Diary of a Young Naturalist, Dara McAnulty, Text Publishing

Online recommendations
The Intelligence of Plants — a podcast with Robin Wall Kimmerer about listening to plant life and heeding the languages of the natural world.
Hope in Dark Times, Resisting the Defeatism of Easy Despair, and What Victory Really Means for Movements of Social Change — Maria Popova on Rebecca Solnit.
Singularity: Marie Howe’s Ode to Stephen Hawking, Our Cosmic Belonging, and the Meaning of Home, in a Stunning Animated Short Film — article by Maria Popova.

LIDIA THORPE
Speaker articles
Protecting the Djab Wurrung trees, Lidia Thorpe opinion piece.
Black lives, white lies, Lidia Thorpe on Black lives and human rights.

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