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Editor Profile: Dan Kemp

By Caroline Ailanthus: Dan Kemp was an unusual student who became a Whole Terrain co-editor in the usual way; like several other editors over the years, he took the “Literature of the Land” course with Rowland Russell and Fred Taylor. He also joined a writing group led by Russell, who is …

Contributor Profile: Gregory McNamee

By Caroline Ailanthus In the fall of 2011, Gregory McNamee, author or editor of 35 books and countless shorter works, received an invitation to contribute to Whole Terrain’s “Net Works” volume. The timing, McNamee recalls, was perfect. He had been thinking about the same topic, “connecting the natural networks of energy …

Editor Profile: Michael Metivier

By Caroline Ailanthus: Michael Metivier, the editor of Whole Terrain’s Volume 19, Net Works, is our most recent “alumnus,” so when we decided to catch up with our previous editors, it felt natural to start with him. Over the next few months, we’ll check in with as many of our former …

Two-Time Contributor Has New Book On The Way

by Caroline Ailanthus Janisse Ray’s new book, The Seed Underground, is due out on August 1.  Janisse is a two-time contributor to Whole Terrain, having given us “Towards a Real Earth Day” in Volume 14, 2005/2006, Celebration and Ceremony, and “Revolution: Beauty and the Coming Apart of Beauty, Becoming Beauty …

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