To mark the tenth anniversary of The Goose, we asked prominent ecologically-minded scholars, writers, artists, and educators from across Canada to reflect on the relationship between the arts, culture, and the environment. Their comments illuminate a wide range of triumphs and tensions, from the politics and practices of environmentalist writing and art, to the connections between the environment and matters of diversity and justice, to the past and future of ALECC (Association for Literature, Environment, and Culture in Canada), to the world of a single poem.
Banting, Pamela; Beer, Theresa; Van Borek, Sarah; Boschman, Rob; Bradley, Nicholas; Holmes, Nancy; James, Franke; Kerber, Jenny; L'Abbé, Sonnet; Lai, Larissa; Marlatt, Daphne; Posthumus, Stephanie; Sandilands, Catriona; Terpstra, John; Thurston, Harry; and Wong, Rita
"Reflections on the Arts, Environment, and Culture After Ten Years of The Goose,"
2, Article 41.
Available at: http://scholars.wlu.ca/thegoose/vol14/iss2/41