Would you rely on your neighbours during a disaster like a wildfire or earthquake?
Reading a book twice can seem like an unaffordable luxury given all the books out there waiting to be read. But it’s helpful in seeing the big picture – the forest for the trees.
Yesterday my interview with Barbara Kingsolver was published at Longreads. I’ve been calling it a Q&A, because that’s how it was structured, but my writing … Read more
Last week I published an article in Nature. Ha, I’ll bet you thought I meant a scientific article in the prestigious journal, Nature. Nope. I … Read more
I just had an article published in Terrain.org: Journal of the Built + Natural Environments. It’s a Q&A with Margo Farnsworth, a fellow nature writer … Read more
For background on this series, see my first post. So far we’ve talked with Rebecca Lawton, an environment writer based in California, and Abby Palmer, … Read more
For background on this series, see my first post. So far we’ve talked with Rebecca Lawton, an environment writer based in California. Our second interviewee … Read more
One of the many things I think about is what it means to be a writer – particularly a female environment writer. It seems that … Read more