Sonya Huber’s essay “Love and Industry: A Midwestern Workbook” won Terrain.org’s 3rd Annual Nonfiction Contest, judged by Christopher Cokinos, a... Read More...
The editors of Terrain.org are delighted to announce the launch of our new Issue 31, with the theme of “Ruin and Renewal (Part II).” The Winter 2013 issue extends the “Ruin and Renewal” theme from our Fall 2012 issue, and includes the winning and finalist entries from our 3rd annual contests in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry; a special “To Know a Place” section from six writers on Mount St. Helens; guest editorial by Alison Hawthorne Deming; new “Eyes on the Street” column from urban designer and landscape architect Ken Pirie; Downtown Silver Spring, Maryland, as the Unsprawl case study; ARTerrain gallery by Lucinda Bliss; and more. And if you’re reading this blog, you know the new dynamic, image-rich Terrain.org design is live, as well.
3rd Annual Terrain.org Nonfiction Contest WinnerSelected by Christopher Cokinos 1.Fall in love with a blue-faced sign for Interstate 35-W i... Read More...
The editors of Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments are delighted to announce the winners of our 3rd Annual Contests in Poetry, Fiction, and Nonfiction:
- Poetry ~ Genevieve Leet, for two poems (judged by Suzanne Frischkorn)
- Fiction ~ Courtney Amber Kilian, for the story "Color Has History" (judged by Skip Horack)
- Nonfiction ~ Sonya Huber, for the essay "Love and Industry: A Midwestern Notebook" (judged by Christopher Cokinos)