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...

Terrain.org Issue 33 Now Live!

Terrain.org's Summer 2013 issue features a guest editorial -- Confessions of a Failed Energy Martyr -- by Raymond Welch; To Know a Place on light pollution by Paul Bogard; an interview with Joni Tevis; Fayetteville, Arkansas' Willow Bend as the Unsprawl case study; nonfiction by Rick Bass, Kurt Caswell, Beth Baker, and Claudia and George Kousoulas; poetry by Wendell Berry, Andrea Cohen, Nathaniel Perry, Melissa Kwasny, Kristi Moos, Jack Johnson, Sally Bliumis-Dunn, Christopher Locke, Clara Changxin Fang, and Jody Gladding (image poems); fiction by Anya Groner and Shannon Sweetnam; ARTerrain gallery of time, erosion, and texture photographs by Luke Parsons; and more.