‘The Draukie’s Tale: Origin Myth for Wave Energy’ poem (first published in the edited collection, Ebban an’ Flowan) has been published for a new audience in Energy Humanities: an Anthology, edited by Imre Szeman and Dominic Boyer (published by John Hopkins University Press). It’s a behemoth 300 page book with almost 50 articles, ranging from poetry to essays by well-known fiction authors to academic chapters.
Energy Humanities: an Anthology curates “the best and most influential work in energy humanities. Arguing that today’s energy and environmental dilemmas are fundamentally problems of ethics, habits, imagination, values, institutions, belief, and power… [offering] compelling possibilities for finding our way beyond our current energy dependencies toward a sustainable future.”
The book also includes writing by Margaret Atwood, Italo Calvino, Dipesh Chakrabarty, Gabrielle Hecht, Cymene Howe, Graeme Macdonald, Joseph Masco, Timothy Mitchell… the list goes on.
Read review of Energy Humanities: an Anthology on ‘Cultures of Energy’ website
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