Tag Archives: Barry Lopez

Mediating the I Am—Some Summery Reflections

On August first the world here in the Smokies seems to pause, take a breath and then sigh with a slight cool shudder of fall. Global warming might advance that date, but it recurs as regularly as the cicadas, fireflies, … Continue reading

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Dirt and Life

Thanks to recommendations from two friends, I have been enjoying the writings of Barry Lopez and William Bryant Logan. North Carolina poet Kay Byer, after hearing about the ecological framework of Red Clay, Blood River, suggested I read Lopez’s collection, … Continue reading

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