Thorncrown Chapel

Sanctuary by Elizabeth Dodd

Almanac   One morning in late July I drove a few miles of winding Route 62 in northwest Arkansas to the Thorncrown Chapel, a few rows of pews...
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Mouthy by Rick Bailey

  One September day in 1975 I was sitting in a classroom in North Carolina when a woman behind me tapped me on the shoulder. I was new to the...
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Re-inhabiting Darkness: A Conversation on Art + Environment with Paul Bogard and Christopher Cokinos

As the third in a series of cross-posts with the University of Arizona's Institute of the Environment's Proximities, Terrain.org features a conversation between environmental writers and Terrain.org contributors Paul Bogard and Christopher Cokinos. Paul: I remember I was up in Quebec at the Mont Megantic National Park, and one of the folks there said to me that closing off our view of the universe isn’t the worst thing we’re doing environmentally, but it is symbolic of the worst things we’re doing...