Nature

Bearing Witness, Past and Present

Oct 18, 2017

Essay by Marc Nieson

Standing before the mute petroglyphs, I found myself conjuring stories about what lay behind each rendering.

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The Birds Behind the Curtain

Nov 21, 2016

Flash Nonfiction by Don Lyman

What do the noises from my side sound like to them?

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Stone and Turtle

Sep 12, 2016

Flash Fiction by Bernard Grant

One time I do skip one, but Mamma and Mr. Leon are on the blanket smiling at each other and don’t see.

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Life on Other Planets

Dec 09, 2015

Flash Nonfiction by Julie Jeanell Leung

As a child, whenever I walked to school in the rain, the earthworms frightened me.

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The Land I’ll Never Own

Jun 03, 2015

Personal Essay by Peter H. Kahn, Jr.

Our lives need to go beyond looking. Life with nature needs to be meaningful.

Writer's Life, Nature, TW Reading Series | Read More

Closed System

May 25, 2015

Flash Nonfiction by Autumn Stephens

The problem with ancestors is how they manifest negativity.

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Scattered Bones

May 20, 2015

Flash Nonfiction by Jeri Edwards

We kneel beside a perfect print of a mountain lion on the sandy bar.

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A Single Tree

May 20, 2015

TW Flash Nonfiction by Don Lyman

How strange that they’d preserve a single piece of the forest they destroyed.

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Everything I Know About Nature I Learned Indoors

May 18, 2015

Theme Essay by Con Chapman

'Let me get this straight,' I’d ask. 'We’re going to go outside, walk around—then come back?'

Memoir, Nature | Read More

Diane Cook: “Life Is Very Precarious”

May 04, 2015

TW Interview by Mara Araujo

I like when the world is strange enough that you really have to pay attention.

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