'Natality' by Anne Elvey

body’s habitude begin
with buoyancy, a saturated skin

and musculature that urges toward
this interface with air, insisting itself

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Anne Elvey

Anne Elvey

Anne Elvey’s most recent book is White on White (2018). She is co-author of Intatto-Intact (2017), editor of hope for whole: poets speak up to Adani (2018) and managing editor of Plumwood Mountain: An Australian Journal of Ecopoetry and Ecopoetics. She holds honorary appointments at Monash University and University of Divinity.

Published in May 2018, no. 401

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