Barry Lopez (1945 – 2020) was the author of Arctic Dreams, which won the National Book Award, Resistance, Of Wolves and Men, and other works of fiction and nonfiction. Lopez, who was active as a landscape photographer prior to 1981, maintains close ties with a diverse community of artists. He is coeditor with Debra Gwartney of Home Ground: Language for an American Landscape.
When Rebecca Solnit and Bill McKibben asked Barry Lopez if he would join a group of writers in submitting a 350-word piece for 350.org’s effort to publicize that number — the Continue reading
OREN LYONS, seventy-six, is a wisdom carrier, one of the bearers of a variety of human tradition that can’t easily be reduced to a couple of sentences. One reason he — Continue reading
MY HOME STANDS ON A WOODED BENCH, set back about two hundred feet from the north bank of the McKenzie River in western Oregon. Almost every day I go down to Continue reading