Greenwoman Magazine celebrates garden writing in all its forms: fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, commentary, biography, art, and comics!
Daring and fun, Greenwoman is for the hip gardener who loves digging into the world of art and environmental thought that underlies gardening.
Volume One features:
“Organicize Me”—the humorous nonfiction account of one man challenging himself to eat 100% organic for one month.
“Gone Native”—a woman mulls over stealing native plants from parks—it’s wrong, isn't it?
“Hello, Doobie Tuesday”—on a visit to a Boulder, Colorado medical marijuana clinic.
“The Chicken Chronicles”—a woman raising exotic breed bantam chickens in the city with her two young daughters finds that raising poultry can give you something to crow about.
“A Human Birth”—The fictional tale about a woman and her penchant for finding relief only in the cool, dark soil.
Poetry, including: “How to Eat a Mango,” “At the Cancun Summit,” Men at Work,” and “The Scoville Heat Index of You.”
An interview on gardening, life, and creativity with award-winning novelist Carleen Brice—author of Orange Mint and Honey.
A biography on famed Indian plant guru Jagadis Chandra Bose.
Our columns: “Sex in the Garden;” “Slow Ride” (on sustainable living), and “The Creature Feature.”
Art—Comics—Book Reviews—and more!