Richard J. Nevle is the deputy director of the Earth Systems Program at Stanford University and recipient of the university’s highest teaching honor. He lives in San José, California.
Camille Dungy and poet friends are back with another list of stellar recommended reading. From new titles to seminal classics, you’ll want to check out these environmentally-engaged poetry collections by Continue reading
Lay of the Land
RUNNING SOUTH of the turquoise eye of Mono Lake just east of the Sierra’s steep escarpment are hills that once hissed and groaned, gushed fountains of pumice and ash and sticky Continue reading