I write and teach about environmental literature, with a particular interest in the southern Appalachians. My emphasis as a writer is on both the sensory presence of an ecosystem and on the threats to it from human agency. I welcome correspondence with any writers of similar interests
Publications and Prizes
Sinking Creek Journal: An Environmental Book of Days (Little Creek Books, 2010), Greatest Hits, 1974-2004 (Pudding House Publications, 2004), Greatest Hits (Pudding House Publications, 2000), Minestrone (Pudding House Publications, 1983), The End of the World (Gallimaufry, 1977)
Antigonish Review, Appalachian Review, California Quarterly, Pembroke Magazine, Roanoke Review, Southern Poetry Review, The Broome Review
Janisse Ray, Ecology of a Cracker Childhood; Robert Sullivan, The Meadowlands; Robert Thayer, LifePlace; Ross Lockridge, Jr. Raintree County
Aldo Leopold, George R. Stewart, Terry Tempest Williams, writers of environmental mysteries like Nevada Barr & Margaret Maron
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Listing last updated: November 25, 2012