In Eating Stone, her last book, Ellen
Meloy tells the eloquent, passionate story of the time she spent
studying the Blue Door Band of desert bighorn sheep
by Stephen J. Lyons,
Oct 03, 2005
Suddenly summer is almost over, and autumn is almost beginning.
by Diane Sylvain,
Aug 29, 2011
In her new collection of essays, Wild Comfort: The Solace of Nature, Kathleen Dean Moore writes her way to the knowledge that "sorrow is part of the Earth's great cycles."
by Chérie Newman,
Mar 20, 2011
In The Wild Marsh, Montana nature writer Rick Bass takes us through four seasons in his beloved Yaak Valley.
by Andrea Appleton,
Aug 17, 2009
In a quiet, solitary hour at Yellowstone, nothing seems to happen -- and everything does.
by Alan Kesselheim,
Sep 01, 2011
Watching sandhill cranes gather on the Platte River in Nebraska is like stepping into a time machine that takes you back to an unspoiled, wild West.
by Pepper Trail,
Apr 07, 2011
A woman finds solace and delight in climbing Colorado's highest and most challenging mountains.
by Jane Koerner,
Aug 18, 2011
In Yellowstone Autumn, Walter Wetherell describes a short season of solitary fly-fishing and contemplation in Yellowstone National Park.
by Cherie Newman,
Apr 14, 2009
In his anthology, God’s Country or Devil’s
Playground, editor Barney Nelson gathers together an eclectic mix
of the best nature writing from the Big Bend of Texas
by Jessica Toubman,
Sep 13, 2004
Eleni Sikelianos’ California Poem
is a book full of poems, photos, collages, and wonder
Feb 07, 2005