Wild Honey: Reading New Zealand Women’s Poetry.
Wild Honey is an expansive anthology which covers the last 150 years of women’s poetry in New Zealand. Paula Green is widely known as an advocate of poetry and a generous and inclusive builder of community, as seen in her online blog NZ Poetry Shelf. This book continues her crusade to celebrate poetry in a way that is both accessible and welcoming. In Wild Honey Green has built a home for women’s poetry, a metaphor that she emphasizes in the structure of the book. The book is structured in the form of a house with different parts of the house providing the basis for each chapter.
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