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Book Review of Connie May Fowler’s “A Million Fragile Bones”

My review of bestselling author Connie May Fowler’s environmental memoir, A Million Fragile Bones, appears in the Spring 2017 issue of Appalachian Heritage magazine. To read the review for free and in full, click here. Lovers of nature, story, and … Continue reading

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New column: “The power of our places”

Saturday is Earth Day, and I love the Earth. In fact, it’s difficult for me to really express how much I love and need the natural world–how much my “places” mean to me and my family. Never have our national … Continue reading

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New column: “In praise of trees”

My column this week in The Greenville News is all about the trees. (With a little Mother’s Day thrown in.) Because I can’t get enough of them! To read, click here.

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For the Beauty of the Earth

And this, our life, exempt from public haunt, finds tongues in trees, books in the running brooks, sermons in stones, and good in everything.¬†~ William Shakespeare All over the world today, people are celebrating Earth Day. What¬†began in 1970 as … Continue reading

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