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Amy Seidl: A keynote speaker at Communicating Science

We are excited to announce Amy Seidl as a keynote presenter at our upcoming Communicating Science weekend.  Amy has authored Early Spring: An Ecologist and Her Children Wake to a Warming World and Finding Higher Ground: Adaptation in the Age of Warming, and has taught at both Middlebury and UVM.  She also hosted the VT …

Fellowship Opportunity

Annie Jacobs, who was editor of our ‘Where is Nature?’ volume and contributed a piece to our recent volume on ‘Boundaries,’ wanted to share the following with our community: John Fitzpatrick Henry David Thoreau Fellowship at Vermont Studio Center One fellowship for a poet whose work engages the environment and …

New Terrain award for undergraduate writers

Whole Terrain, the nationally renowned literary journal of Antioch University New England, has established an annual award for outstanding undergraduate writers. We’re seeking environmental essays from current undergraduates for this year’s volume. The writer of the winning essay will receive the New Terrain Award of $500 and have his or …

Whole Terrain managing editor reflects on boundaries

By Sue Gentile Managing Editor, Whole Terrain Earlier today I was reading some of the submissions we’ve received for the upcoming “Boundaries” volume of Whole Terrain. I’ve just now returned from a walk with a friend through new snow— the kind of snow that clings to tree branches. It seems …

Whole Terrain wins recognition for design

BRATTLEBORO — Four area area businesses were recognized in the 2010 New England Regional Awards of Excellence Competition, presented by the Printing Industries of New England. Two second-place Awards of Recognition were presented for The Whole Terrain soft-cover book for Antioch University New England in Keene, and the “Boston Warehouse …

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