a literary journal published by the Black Earth Institute dedicated to re-forging the links between art and spirit, earth and society
 An active volcano, ships coming in to the nearly entirely protected harbor of Whaler’s Bay must remember stories of the last eruption—just a few decades ago. It smolders still.
Elizabeth Bradfield is the author of the poetry collections Once Removed, Approaching Ice, and Interpretive Work. Her poems and essays have appeared in The New Yorker, West Branch, Orion and many anthologies. She has been awarded a Stegner Fellowship, the Audre Lorde Prize, and was a finalist for the James Laughlin Award from the Academy of American Poets. Founder and editor-in-chief of Broadsided Press, she lives on Cape Cod, works as a naturalist locally as well as on expedition ships in the polar regions, and teaches creative writing at Brandeis University.