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New Ecopoetry Collection 'We Saw it All Happen' by Julian Bishop: A Must-Read

This Friday marks the release of "We Saw it All Happen," an exciting new ecopoetry collection from Julian Bishop, published by Fly on the Wall Press.


As the title suggests, "We Saw it All Happen" is a poignant and thought-provoking exploration of the environmental changes we are currently facing. Bishop's poems capture the beauty and fragility of our natural world, and offer a poignant reminder of the urgent need to protect and preserve our planet.


One of the things that makes this collection particularly special is its use of diverse poetic forms and styles. From sonnets to free verse, Bishop's poems showcase a range of techniques and approaches, highlighting the diversity of ecopoetry as a genre.

But beyond the technical virtuosity of these poems, what truly sets "We Saw it All Happen" apart is the emotional depth and power of Bishop's writing. These are poems that will make you think, feel, and act - they are a call to arms for those who care about the future of our planet.


If you're a fan of poetry, or if you're passionate about environmental issues, "We Saw it All Happen" is a collection you won't want to miss. Make sure to pick up a copy this Friday, and join Julian Bishop in his celebration and defence of the natural world.


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