Archive September 13, 2013 Socorro Cifuentes Peter Minter in response to Michael Farrell I will raise some thoughts on mobile craft, suggesting transcultural alignments between Charles Olson’s projectivism and 1970s Papunya desert art, and brooding on ecopoetic form. AudioDate Recorded: 13 Sep 2013Duration: 15:31 http://poetryandpoetics.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/2nd-session-Minter-Edited.mp3 Related AuthorsPeter Minteris a poet, poetry editor and writer on poetry and poetics. He has made a central contribution to experimentation in Australian poetry since the late 1990s, with a focus on decolonised geophilosophies and emergent identities. Related PostsPoetic Craft and White-Settler ColonialismThis workshop brought together eminent Australian and South African poets and critics to consider how poets in societies with a white settler history think about their world through their poetry making. Michael Farrell: Craft: An Unsettled ConceptMy paper looks at four different kinds of ‘craft’, in the context of white settlement and Australian poetry, with examples of issues and poems for each. The writing issues I attend to are: noun use and abuse; narration; the end of a poem; positive and negative space. Peter Minter: Opposing Natures:Extraction and Proliferation in Twenty-first Century Australia Poetry. This paper was presented in the panel ‘Australian Genealogies of Active Aesthetics’ at Active Aesthetics: Contemporary Australian Poetry.