Over on my One-Car Town blog, a reader noted that while I asked what “UnSprawl” means, I never actually defined it. Fortunately, defining the term — which I coined when founding Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments nearly 15 years ago — isn’t too tricky. And yet “UnSprawl” can mean many different […]
I’d love to see you at one of the following events coming up in late June and early July as we trek up to the Pacific Northwest: June 29, 2011 : 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Poetry Reading with Derek Sheffield Johnston Ridge Observatory, Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, Washington July 6, 2011 : […]
The largest conference for writers and publishers is just around the corner, and I hope you’ll join me in Washington, D.C. at one of the following events! The Association of Writers and Writing Programs Annual Conference and Bookfair Washington, D.C. : February 2-5, 2011 Terrain.org / Hawk & Handsaw Booth at Bookfair Booth 509 I’ll […]
As the Terrain.org editor-in-chief, there’s little that feels better than putting the finishing touches on the issue and getting the work of the publication’s many contributors out into the world. But there’s another good side to editing that has little to do with publishing. I have to decline far more submissions than I accept (that’s […]
Lo Que Pasa, the employee e-magazine of the University of Arizona, has a lovely profile of me over at http://lqp.arizona.edu/node/2875 that just posted today. The profile also includes a slideshow of some of my photos as I read the poem “In May I Consider My Websites.” Check that out at http://uanews.org/node/33141. Enjoy!
The editors of Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments at http://www.terrain.org are pleased to announce the launch of our 25th issue: Virtually There. One of our largest and most dynamic issues to date features: Columns Guest Editorial: “Virtually Unconscious: Dreams of Escape” by Renee Lertzman, Miller Postdoctoral Fellow in Humanities and Sustainability, […]
Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments (www.terrain.org) is pleased to announce the launch of Issue No. 24: Borders & Bridges. Our largest issue yet, interactive contributions include a guest editorial by U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords, Agritopia as the UnSprawl case study, a long lost interview with poet A. R. Ammons, new poetry […]
Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments, a Tucson-based online journal that examines the interface between the built and natural environments, is holding its first-ever issue launch and reading. This celebration of the “Borders & Bridges” issue (No. 24) features readings by contributors Christopher Cokinos (Hope is the Thing with Feathers and The […]
I just got back from the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment biennial conference in Victoria, British Columbia. It was a great conference in a stunning location! Below is a sampling of the 137 photos available in my site’s photo gallery. You may also wish to view the ASLE blog entries I posted […]
I’ll be over at the Terrain.org Blog for the next week blogging my trip up to Victoria, British Columbia for the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment conference. Check out the first post at: http://terrainorg.blogspot.com/2009/06/asle-conference-review-day-0.html And follow all the entries at http://terrainorg.blogspot.com/. Hope to see you there!