Helen Moore is an award-winning British ecopoet and socially engaged artist currently based in Sydney. Her first two poetry collections are Hedge Fund, and Other Living Margins (Shearsman Books, 2012) and ECOZOA (Permanent, 2015), acclaimed by the Australian poet John Kinsella as 'a milestone in the journey of ecopoetics'. A collaborative bilingual Italian-English work, INTATTO. INTACT: Ecopoesia. Ecopoetry, was published by La Vita Felice in 2017. In May 2018 Helen gave the annual INSPIRE lecture at the Hay Festival, based on her award-winning essay ‘Is Love the Answer?’ Helen regularly reads her work at literary and environmental events and facilitates ecopoetry workshops in schools and universities. She leads creative writing programmes to support health and well-being in the community and has collaborated on a range of ecologically oriented community projects. Her third poetry collection, The Mother Country (Awen 2019), explores British colonial history and themes of personal, social, and ecological dispossession. See Helen's website for details of her UK tour.
Helen has contributed four poems to Soul of the Earth: the Awen anthology of eco-spiritual poetry
Hedge Fund, and Other Living Margins
INTATTO/INTACT (with Anne Elvey)