The ice storm of 1998 left vast stretches of Ontario, New York, and New England without power for more than a month. It was a short time filled with enchantment. But the lights came back on, dispersing the wonder only visible in the shadows.
In a world invested in hypermaterialism, the naturalist's imagination is needed more than ever.
A pregnant ecologist turns her gaze both inward and outward, weaving observations of her own body with those of migrating birds as she undergoes amniocentesis and ponders the meaning of transitions.
Meditations after 9/11
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