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Terrain.org : A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments
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ISSN (Print) 1932-9474
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  • Four Video Poems by Paisley Rekdal
    • Authors: Terrain.org
      Abstract:   These videos are part of a digital and book project entitled West: A Translation that explores the cultural impact and history of the transcontinental railroad.   What Day     Lament     Not     Earth      The post Four Video Poems by Paisley Rekdal appeared first on Terrain.org.
      PubDate: Fri, 27 May 2022 13:00:31 +000
       
  • Heirlooms
    • Authors: Terrain.org
      Abstract:   ichard Collins whipped out a business card and flashed his perfect teeth. “Our offer for your land still stands. We would have demolished the house, anyway.” Ava MacGregor’s scarred boot stirred the ashes of her front porch. Her eyes followed the child scampering among the skeletons of heirloom fruit trees. “Gramma, I found apples in the orchard! The rotten ones had yellow jackets on them, so I had to be careful.” Six-year-old Isla beamed as she hefted a tote […]The post Heirlooms appeared first on Terrain.org.
      PubDate: Thu, 26 May 2022 13:00:36 +000
       
  • One Poem by SR Young
    • Authors: Terrain.org
      Abstract: Beast Dance 1. The dance begins with a deer and an old-world intersection1, asphalt stripped of symmetry, wovendeep and opencracked— ruptures of stone.             We watch as the deer arrives limping,             a severed hoof and a trail of blood             winding like a boa2 in shallow water.       2. We do not help her: our silentwatching is honorable. This is the closest thing to mercy we can envision. Her cries echo             hopelessness and bring tears             […]The post One Poem by SR Young appeared first on Terrain.org.
      PubDate: Tue, 24 May 2022 13:00:49 +000
       
  • Animal Bodies: Death, Desire, and Other Difficulties by Suzanne Roberts
    • Authors: Terrain.org
      Abstract:   University of Nebraska Press | 2022 | 252 pages   ow do we grieve' How do we look at the most shameful parts of ourselves' How do we reconcile with our contradictory nature' In Animal Bodies: Death, Desire, and Other Difficulties, Suzanne Roberts’s newest book of lyrical, poignant, and daring essays, the author takes us into the trenches. Roberts writes, “We deny the most natural parts of ourselves­—our hungers, our desires, our vulnerabilities and frailties, and even our grief.” […]The post Animal Bodies: Death, Desire, and Other Difficulties
      by Suzanne Roberts appeared first on Terrain.org.
      PubDate: Mon, 23 May 2022 13:00:38 +000
       
  • Dreaming in the Pyrocene
    • Authors: Terrain.org
      Abstract: The Caldor Fire, August 2021   Green: Good. 0 to 50. Air quality is satisfactory, and air pollution poses little or no risk. You are in what looks like a war-torn building, with burned blackened walls and the sky lurching through holes in the roof. You climb to the top floor, looking for your mother. You call out the same refrain you shouted when you found her dead: “Mom, Mom, Mom!” You hear her laugh. It is weak, more a […]The post Dreaming in the Pyrocene appeared first on Terrain.org.
      PubDate: Sun, 22 May 2022 13:00:30 +000
       
  • Six Poems by Amy Miller
    • Authors: Terrain.org
      Abstract: The Meteorologist Says He’s Glad to See the Smoke Air quality index 182 (unhealthy)   Because fire crews hate it and eat it and vote. Because it’s unsightly, unseemly, searing like a weepy eye. Because it interferes. It grits. It works its worms into the tubes of the lungs. Because we can’t build a wall to keep it out. Because we can see it, an atmosphere we sawed and felled. Because it clings to our clothes like the smell of […]The post Six Poems by Amy Miller appeared first on Terrain.org.
      PubDate: Thu, 19 May 2022 13:00:28 +000
       
  • Seven Poems by Andrea Cohen
    • Authors: Terrain.org
      Abstract: Remember The mind’s the finest gardener—in deepest snows, the plum tree blossoms.     Heartland in Winter The trees were far off and branchless— how many masts for which seas' And you and I on a train in mist— what did we think we’d be'     Those Red Hills Where I come from, a hunting accident is what we called  it when a boy went into the woods with a gun, when someone hauled his body back, having buried […]The post Seven Poems by Andrea Cohen appeared first on Terrain.org.
      PubDate: Wed, 18 May 2022 13:00:06 +000
       
  • Tips for Wannabe Wildland Firefighters
    • Authors: Terrain.org
      Abstract: You must not allow your fears to keep you awake at night as you lie directly under the stars.   hen you sign up to fight forest fires, you will be issued two uniforms of fire-resistant Nomex. The first is for wearing on the fireline (that’s the hand-dug ditch meant to stop the fire) during your two-week-long assignments. It will become dirty because you cannot wash it, and you are not allowed to wear the second uniform on the fireline. […]The post Tips for Wannabe Wildland Firefighters appeared first on Terrain.org.
      PubDate: Thu, 12 May 2022 13:00:32 +000
       
  • Radical Communion: An Interview with Camille T. Dungy
    • Authors: Terrain.org
      Abstract: The more I’ve learned to live in radical communion with the greater than human world, the more I’ve learned to accept that simultaneity of existence and experience.   Introduction amille T. Dungy is the most enviable kind of writer. Her poetry is simultaneously lyrical and precise: a place where the awful is made beautiful, as in “Requiem,” a poem in which she imagines a street cleaner washing away the stain of a tragic accident, and where the common becomes intimate […]The post Radical Communion: An Interview with Camille T. Dungy appeared first on Terrain.org.
      PubDate: Wed, 11 May 2022 13:00:05 +000
       
  • Lookout: Writing + Art About Wildfire
    • Authors: Terrain.org
      Abstract: How can we honor fire as an ancient, rejuvenating element while also honoring all that has been lost to wildfire'    s the effects of climate change are felt around the world and an era of fire suppression comes to bear, wildfires are burning at an astonishing scale—from Algeria to Siberia, from the wetland marshes of the Brazilian Pantanal to the foothills of Athens, and from the shores of Lake Tahoe to central Queensland, Australia. Earlier this year, Terrain.org partnered […]The post Lookout:
      Writing + Art About Wildfire appeared first on Terrain.org.
      PubDate: Tue, 10 May 2022 13:00:36 +000
       
  • One Poem by Ryan Kingsley
    • Authors: Terrain.org
      Abstract: Between the Heron and the Wren Across the pond a shipwreck of blown-down trees and bracken,                                    wreckage shadow-ruched. Slight wind. That’s everafter  all at once—an inkling at the nape turning leaves changing places.  Nothing canters away  breathing hard, none lowers its head to drink, now afternoon is gone and evening is already a garden party elsewhere on the night’s invitation.                                                      The mind declines. The shrubs are at each other. In delicate scales the […]The post One Poem by Ryan Kingsley appeared first on Terrain.org.
      PubDate: Fri, 06 May 2022 13:00:42 +000
       
  • Letter to America by Carrie Green
    • Authors: Terrain.org
      Abstract: More Questions of Travel, 2020 Oh, must we have our dreams and dream them, too'   – Elizabeth Bishop, “Questions of Travel”   All year, no waterfalls or crowded streams. We have stayed at home and thought of home, watching ourselves like strangers on screens. Did we learn to admire the sunsets unfolding pink curtains above our own split-level roofs' To feed and catalog the robins nesting above doorframes, the cardinals too bright against dull November days' To ponder, for […]The post Letter to America by Carrie Green appeared first on Terrain.org.
      PubDate: Thu, 05 May 2022 13:00:19 +000
       
 
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