Ben Ehrenreich’s “Desert Notebooks’ is an extended meditation on time, writing, and life in the desert.
Canada’s west-central Rockies have changed dramatically in the two centuries since David Thompson’s time.
Jon Gertner’s “The Ice at the End of the World” is a fabulous romp through Greenland’s exploration and scientific history.
Sometimes it’s harder than you think to write accessibly.
Lately I’ve been reading about a lot of Mary’s, and I enjoy them all!
Rachel Carson is often seen as the driver of the modern environmental movement. But who stands in her shoes today?
Features a series of shots from this morning’s fabulous secondhand typewriter find.
This past week I received two letters in the mail: one from my book club friend whom I’ve mentioned here previously, and one from a … Read more
Today instead of a Wednesday links post I’ve decided to write a regular post with a few links thrown in. —- Over the past few … Read more
Putting your research field in context isn’t just about reading the latest journal articles, or searching out the seminal papers from the past few decades. … Read more