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
Happy Memorial Day weekend (almost)! This is the weekend I used to spend driving west to check in for my summer job at Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone. In honor of all the summer travel days ahead, I thought I’d share a few words from my Yellowstone manuscript. What is it about Yellowstone? Friends and … More What is it about Yellowstone?
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
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?