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The Weekly Landscape 1.24.21

The Weekly Landscape 1.24.21

Welcome to this week's landscape. Our look at BYGONE DAYS explores two well-written articles about topics that are current in today's society - an article all about land borders https://lithub.com/the-oldest-the-longest-the-weirdest-a-brief-history-of-land-borders/and...

The Weekly Landscape 1.17.21

The Weekly Landscape 1.17.21

THE WEEKLY LANDSCAPE 1.17.21 Here we go - BYGONE DAYS - From Literary Hub, a writer's awareness of climate change in her life entitled The Long Goodbye: Reconciling with the End of Nature by Madeleine...

The Weekly Landscape 1.10.21

The Weekly Landscape 1.10.21

Bygone Days, Nowadays, and Scenic Landscape And now to resume our weekly posts where we look at musings from the past and present regarding Nature Writing and offer a look at happenings ahead on the horizon. This week, we have two amazing articles that are not only...

The Weekly Landscape 4.5.20

The Weekly Landscape 4.5.20

Bygone Days, Nowadays, and the Scenic Outlook for this week: We can all learn from this article that discusses life in the early days, in our grandparents' and great grandparents' days - https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/28/opinions/coronavirus-grandparents-glock/index.html...

The Weekly Landscape 3.29.20

The Weekly Landscape 3.29.20

Bygone Days, Nowadays, and Scenic Outlook for this week: Bygone Days Interested in writing lyrics and poetry about the desert? Here's an enlightening discussion about longtime Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter, who wrote a number of interesting lyrics about the...

The Weekly Landscape 3.22.20

The Weekly Landscape 3.22.20

Welcome to the Weekly Landscape where we'll post a bit of history Bygone Days, celebrate current writing with the potential to save the Earth, Writing Nowadays, and a look into the future with some Scenic Outlook pieces. Enjoy! Writing Nowadays Nature is now perhaps...

The Weekly Landscape 3.15.20

The Weekly Landscape 3.15.20

Welcome to the Weekly Landscape where we'll post a bit of history Bygone Days, celebrate current writing with the potential to save the Earth, Writing Nowadays, and a look into the future with some Scenic Outlook pieces. Enjoy! Scenic Outlook This week, while we...

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