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    Annis Pratt’s Review of Merrickville Days by elliewilson One of my former professors at the University of Wisconsin, now
The internet is a wondrous place: when I began publishing my blog "The Worlds I Long For" just a year ago I wanted
It is hard to act on climate change when its impacts reduce us to feelings of hopelessness and doom, the kind
I am always interested in the fellow mammals who share our northwest Michigan river property. My frisson at the rare appearances
I have a cottage on the Betsie River in Northwest Michigan, with a dock upriver and swimming stairs further down. 
There are Nature Walks, where you explain things to people (see above, me explaining things on the left) and others that
When I sat down to write The Marshlanders I had been canoeing and kayaking for years and taking lots of
Most of us know that if we want our characters to leap off the page into our readers' heads, we need to
There is country sauntering through field and forest, but city sauntering is quite a different thing. There is purposeful city
Now come the sweet spring days when it is balmy enough to saunter out of doors, aimlessly wandering over meadows
                                         May the blessed time of Beltane                                          Inflame the soul of all beings                                          From
No matter how highly you think of your own writing, don’t kid yourself. You need an editor. And I do
“Filthy Marshlander,” someone yelled, as a chunk of pavement flew through the air. Bethany was relieved when her guard closed in around
March hares and moon rabbits are animals  that strike archetypal chords within us, which is exactly why we respond to Miss Piggy.
This is a painting by British artist Angela Harding (  titled “Shooting Stars.”  Notice the moon, and that the Hare is
This picture shows the island villages of the Ma'dan, Iraqi fisher-hunter-gatherers whose self-sufficient wetlands Saddam Hussein drained. Kenneth Posner's "The Long Brown Path:
  If you asked me what my favorite bird is, I would probably say the crow — all that intelligence,
I have called this blog, “The Worlds We Long For” to ask how we can create communities more in harmony
I am having the winter blahs; how about you? Although we've had an open winter without a whole lot of
When you are writing speculative environmental fiction about future worlds (as in the solarpunk and cli-fi genres) you embellish present-day