10 Things a National Park Can Do For You

They’re not just pretty, they’re helpful. Here’s what they’ve done for me. … More 10 Things a National Park Can Do For You

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Raindrops on Sage Plants and White Spots on Elk Calves

Friends, as I type these very words, my dear friend Emmy is suffering from a severe condition known as being-a-law-student-during-finals. Just this morning, she wrote me suggesting we both throw in the towel on the East Coast this summer and return to where we became friends: Yellowstone National Park. Because I rather wouldn’t mind escaping … More Raindrops on Sage Plants and White Spots on Elk Calves

Nature Writing: What is it? Whose is it?

These are questions I explore in a guest post I wrote for the blog of So to Speak: A Feminist Journal of Language and Art. So to Speak is publishing “Shoshone,” a chapter from my manuscript, Falling in Yellowstone, this spring. Here’s an excerpt of my post: In these early and classic examples of wilderness experienced solitaire, … More Nature Writing: What is it? Whose is it?

10 Ways to Have a Miserable Yellowstone Vacation (Happy 140th, YNP!)

It’s the 140th birthday of the world’s first national park!  Yellowstone was created on March 1, 1872.  In honor of the birthday today, my time working in the Park, and the thesis I’m writing about the Park, I’ll share something playful that I recently wrote to have a little fun in my current writing class…10 … More 10 Ways to Have a Miserable Yellowstone Vacation (Happy 140th, YNP!)