Poets speak out on Climate Change!
Awel Aman Tawe have produced two anthologies of poetry on Climate Change.
And this Global Warming, A'r Cynhesu Byd-Eang Hwn
ed. by Awel Aman Tawe
64pp Roynetree Press £3 (+£1.10 P&P)
Our world is in the throes of change. While facts and figures, targets and quotas are argued over, how do we find words to express our angers, our fears, our hopes about climate change? How do we imagine our future? In this bilingual anthology, forty poets put their thoughts on the page - from anger at politicians, to the poignant memory of ice. From forest fires to recycled words; from an estate agent’s spec on the Earth, to the personality of thunder.
Cover image: 'Bears' by Emily Johns
Heno, wrth Gysgu, Tonight while Sleeping
ed. by Awel Aman Tawe (2010)
48pp Roynetree Press £3 (+£1.10 P&P)
'Poets’ as Shelley once said, ‘are the unacknowledged legislators of the world’. Poets have always spoken out on political issues - inequality, environmental destruction, human rights abuses. They have aways had a distinct platform in the world of protest. This anthology demonstrates this is still very much the case and finds poets writing on the subject of climate change.
Cover Image: 'Sorry I don't eat fish' by Rhys Daniel
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