Village boys with their horse and cart.

Village boys with their horse and cart, from Julian Hoffman's "Faith in a Forgotten Place," the winner of the 2nd Annual Contest in Nonfiction. Photo by Julian Hoffman.

Issue No. 28 — “Image” — 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:

Editorials

  • 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

Interview

To Know a Place

UnSprawl Case Study

  • Serenbe in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia, by Megan Kimble

Essays

Articles

ARTerrain Gallery

Poetry

Fiction

Reviews

View our dynamic new issue at www.terrain.org.

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One Response

  1. Jesse Furrow

    Congratulations on your latest issue. I look forward to checking it out!

    Jesse Furrow
    Public Relations
    Precipitate: Journal of the
    New Environmental Imagination

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