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• Issue No. 29, Migration
February 1, 2012
Terrain.org interviews photographer Frank Gohlke, with photo gallery.
2nd Annual Contest Winners
• Poetry: Rebecca Dunham for
"Morning: Joplin, MO"
• Fiction: GE Tallant for "Song of
the Turkey Vulture"
• Nonfiction: Julian Hoffman for
"Faith in a Forgotten Place"
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Serenbe, a new development of three hamlets 30 miles southwest of Atlanta, is this issue's UnSprawl case study.
February 29 - March 3, 2012
Terrain.org / Hawk & Handsaw Booth, Terrain.org 15th Anniversary Reading, and Terrain.org / Hawk & Handsaw Reading at the Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) Annual Conference and Bookfair in Chicago, Illinois
Playground of the Autocrats: The Russian Empire and How Terrain Shapes Society: A Hypetext Narrative Gallery with Audio by Anne Bobroff-Hajal.
Sprawl Repair: From Sprawl to Complete Communities — an Excerpt of Galina Tachieva's New Sprawl Repair Manual.
New Orleans, The Gulf Coast, 2010, by Catherine Schmitt, with Audio and Photo Gallery — a Finalist in the 2011 Nonfiction Contest.
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Terrain.org Issue No. 28 Now Live!
Issue No. 28 features an interactive mix of literary and technical contributions, including the poetry, fiction, and nonfiction winners of our 2nd Annual Contest; our second image-filled online poetry chapbook; a new column by Elizabeth Dodd; a hypertext narrative gallery on art and the Russian landscape; and much more:
- Guest Editorial: “Defining the City: On Being and Becoming” by Scott Doyon, Principal, PlaceMakers
- Almanac: “Red Buffalo, Black Butterflies” by Elizabeth Dodd
- Plein Air: “Home” by Deborah Fries
- Field Notes: “Casting Off, About, and Somewhere in Between” by Kathryn Miles
- Bull Hill: “The Picture of a Song Freezes the Music of Nature”by David Rothenberg, with audio
- A Stone’s Throw: “Geographies of the Interior” by Lauret Savoy
To Know a Place
UnSprawl Case Study
- Serenbe in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia, by Megan Kimble
- “Redefining Terms, Reclaiming Place”: Oliver de la Paz reviews The Colors of Nature: Culture, Identity, and the Natural World, edited by Alison Hawthorn Deming and Lauret E. Savoy
- “Constructed Space as a Manifestation of Ideas”: Rafael Otto reviews Swedish Modernism: Architecture, Consumption, and the Welfare State, edited by Helena Mattsson & Sven-Olov Wallenstein
- “A Symbiosis of Poem and Painting”: Derek Sheffield reviews God, Seed: Poetry & Art About the Natural World, by Rebecca Foust and Lorna Stevens
- “Delivering the News”: Andrew C. Gottlieb reviews Story Problems: Poems, by Rob Carney
- “Bird Conservation in the 21st Century”: Tom Leskiw reviews The American Bird Conservancy Guide to Bird Conservation, by Daniel J. Lebbin, Michael J. Parr, and George H. Fenwick
View our dynamic new issue at www.terrain.org.
Call for Submissions: "Migration"
Submit at www.terrain.org/submit by February 1, 2012
Issue No. 29, "Migration," publishes on April 1, 2012. The submission period closes February 1, and we are seeking articles, poetry, essays, fiction, and reviews. Other upcoming themes are "Ruin and Renewal" and "Craft," and we'll gladly consider submissions for those issues, as well. View submission guidelines or access our online submission tool.
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