Catherine Trundle reads ‘Undergrowth’
The poem was originally published in Plumwood Mountain: An Australian journal of ecopoetry and ecopoetics
Catherine Trundle is a writer, mother and anthropologist, based in Wellington. She writes flash fiction, poetry and ethnography, and experiments with unpicking the boundaries between academic and creative genres. Recent works have appeared in Landfall, Not Very Quiet, Plumwood Mountain and Flash Frontier.
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