Scott Edward Anderson is the author of Dwelling: an ecopoem (Shanti Arts, 2018) and Fallow Field (Aldrich Press, 2013). He has been a Concordia Fellow at the Millay Colony for the Arts, and received both the Nebraska Review Award and the Aldrich Emerging Poets Award. His work has appeared in the Alaska Quarterly Review, American Poetry Review, Anon, The Cortland Review, CrossConnect, Earth’s Daughters, Isotope, Many Mountains Moving, Nebraska Review, Poetica, River Oak Review, and Terrain, among other publications.  He was a founding editor of Philadelphia’s Ducky Magazine and wrote The Green Skeptic blog for a decade.  More of his poetry can be found at He is also the author of a book of natural history of New York State, Walks in Nature’s Empire (The Countryman Press, 1995).

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  1. […] giving of itself. Bread that cries, when placed in her mouth, “Eat me and you will never die.” –Scott Edward Anderson, Earth’s Daughters, Issue 54, 1999 50.322669 -5.019579 Advertisement GA_googleAddAttr("AdOpt", "1"); GA_googleAddAttr("Origin", […]

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