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Listening Days by Terry Tempest Williams

    A 91-year-old man decides to stop eating and awaits death in the company of friends and family.

Eating Dirt by Brian Doyle

    A meditation on the joys, and lessons, of dirt.

The Flight of the Pink Flamingo: A Meditation on Lawn Ornaments by Jenny Flynn

    In Harlem, Montana, walls spread rumors, twelve-year-olds drive Cadillacs, and lawn ornaments lean bravely into the frigid wind (Minus 48--that was the record).

A Literature of Place by Barry Lopez

    Nature writing is not about nature, says the author--it is about the removal of nature from our lives and communities, it is about morality, it is about the immense power of place in forming character and hope.

Aspens by David Lukas

    As much as any other species, the aspen challenges our imagination.

Animals and People: The Human Heart in Conflict with Itself by Pattiann Rogers

    A meditation on our complex and contradictory relationship with the animal kingdom.

Beauty by Scott Russell Sanders

    Is beauty a glimpse of the underlying grain of the universe? Does beauty reveal a kinship between ourselves and the great cosmos? Or does our desire for meaning merely make us think that it does?
    Evidence from a shining nuptial ceremony to the primal energy of the cosmos.

Poems by Jim Armstrong

Poems by Alison Hawthorne Deming

Poems by Emily Hiestand

Poems by Pattiann Rogers



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