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 excellent examples of writing within the Nature Writing category but also offer food for thought.
First up, from Literary Hub, a look at Early Women Pioneers of Trail Hiking – it makes you just want to get out on the trails RIGHT NOW: https://lithub.com/on-the-early-women-pioneers-of-trail-hiking/
For Nowadays, an article that addresses what Nature Writing is all about. This is an homage to writer Barry Lopez who passed away recently – from High Country News: https://www.hcn.org/issues/138/barry-lopez-we-are-shaped-by-the-sound-of-wind-the-slant-of-sunlight?fbclid=IwAR3eYMlLWDVdsBFjR_IZExrDq0jcUZqHdZsLDcfK4fJyNgOCYVZqPJeQ7Ac
And for the future – join us for our next writing session on January 30. Please see information under our EVENTS page.
Keep writing forward.
Your Writing Rangers