Last September two of my poems won the Terrain Annual Poetry Contest. These works are now available to read and listen to in the online journal Terrain.org.
Read/Listen to poems here.
The contest, titled “Ruin and Renewal,” brings together many very interesting and powerful pieces revolving around themes of environmental decline, age, memory, seasons, and hope vs. despair.
“Disarmed me with their terrible beauty….”
A set of my poems just won the Terrain Poetry Competition.
See the public announcement here.
This year the annual competition was themed “Ruin and Renewal.” The poet Suzanne Frischkorn was the judge and wrote a beautiful passage about my work, which you can read in the announcement.
Publication forthcoming in January at Terrain.org .
Both pieces deal with consequences of environmental decline, and one was drawn from my undergraduate thesis “They are Talking About the World is Hot.”
Hi, my name is Genevieve Leet. I am an artist interested in using the creative arts – including painting, photography and poetry – to speak for sustainability issues in moving and engaging ways. Thank you for visiting my website. Here you can find examples of my work, past and current projects, and more.