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by Kelly Hoyer Guest Contributor Animal poaching first came to my attention when I learned about the ivory trade. When I heard about elephants and rhinos being killed for their tusks, I felt angry. Faceless poachers marched through my imagination, their single goal to take out as many of these …

Trust author profile: Jeff Todd Titon

We are continuing our series of posts that will profile the authors and artists featured in our latest volume, Trust. Learn more about the Trust volume here. Click this link to order Trust and previous volumes. by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain Jeff Todd Titon, professor emeritus of music at Brown University, is an …

“About Time” submissions

We continue to accept submissions for our upcoming volume, About Time. If you have been thinking about submitting an essay, work of fiction, poem, or piece of visual art, please  email us with your contribution or questions. All pieces should relate to the theme “About Time,” either in the sense of, …

Trust author profile: Lené Gary

We are beginning a new series of posts that will profile the authors and artists featured in our latest volume, Trust. Learn more about the Trust volume here. Click this link to order Trust and previous volumes. by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain Lené Gary shared “Three True Stories about Dispersion” with readers of …

Robin Wall Kimmerer, “Celebration & Ceremony” contributor, featured on On Being

Robin Wall Kimmerer, who contributed a piece called “Offering” to Whole Terrain’s volume 14, Celebration & Ceremony, appeared recently on the radio program On Being, produced through American Public Media. Go listen to it—it’s great! In the interview, entitled, “The Intelligence in All Kinds of Life,” Kimmerer spoke of the …

The Enemy Within: documentary review

In 1984-85, coal miners throughout most of the United Kingdom went on strike, protesting the Thatcher administration’s attempts at controlling trade unions. The biggest and longest strike in the history of the UK, it followed successful strikes in the 1970s where unions used successful tactics such as leveraging their control of the …

EarthVoice: new podcast

by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain A pilot episode of a new podcast of potential interest to our readers is available now, and she needs our help. The podcast is called EarthVoice, and it’s the passion project of one of the authors in our upcoming Trust volume, Elizabeth Claire Alberts. …

Guest post: Coffee Break

by Roger Real Drouin Guest Contributor Under the palmetto overgrown back against the fence, I drink my coffee. Loyal hound mutt Sandy lies beside me. She’s unsteady now on her feet—that’s the medicine. Phenobarbital, strong stuff. She lifts her white-striped muzzle, sniffing the air and looking toward the early light. …

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