Mycoepithalamia: Mushroom Wedding Poems

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Art Goodtimes, Britt Bunyard
FUNGI Press, Jul 25, 2016 - 128 pages
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Anthology of mushroom-related poetry.

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I enjoyed this wonderful book of fungi-inspired poems. Like mushrooms themselves, the poems took on various shapes, colors, rhythms and habitats. I found the bios at the end really interesting as they provided nice info on the poets. The authors/editors of this book are connected to both FUNGI Magazine and the Telluride Mushroom Fest, so you know the source is authentic. If you’re interested in the natural world, fungi and a nice mix of poetry styles, this poetry book is for you.  

About the author (2016)

Art co-directs the Telluride Institute's Talking Gourds poetry project (, is Poetry Editor for Fungi, and co-hosts the Sage Green Journal on-line lit zine ( His latest poetry books are As If the World Really Mattered (La Alameda Press, Albuquerque, 2007) and Looking South to Lone Cone (Western Eye Press, Sedona, 2013). He has been poet-in-residence of the Telluride Mushroom Festival for 36 years, and was named Colorado's Western Slope Poet Laureate from 2011-13. A former newspaper editor and retiring Green Party county commissioner, Art Goodtimes writes weekly columns for a local paper and performs his poetry widely in the Aztlán bioregion.

Britt Bunyard is the founder, Publisher, and Editor-in-Chief of the mycology journal Fungi. Britt has worked academically (and played very amateurishly) as a mycologist his entire career, writing scientifically for many research journals, popular science magazines, and books, most recently Mushrooms and Macrofungi of Ohio and Midwestern States (2012) by The Ohio State University Press. He has served as an editor for mycological and entomological research journals, and mushroom guide books. A popular evangelizer on all things fungal, Britt has been featured on NPR's All Things Considered, National Geographic Magazine, PBS's NOVA television program, and in 2016 was made Executive Director of the Telluride Mushroom Festival.

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