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an online magazine for readers and writers of nature writing

Nature writing is born out of love, respect, and awe. It finds its subject during days of close observation of the natural world. It finds its voice in the relationship with nature developed during those days.

—Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862), June 18, 1853, in The Journal: 1837-1861, Edited by Damon Searls, New York Review Books, 2009. Photo by Miloszg.

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Summer Music

by Janice Sina

5:10 am. The song of the wood thrush sounds a little forlorn, blending as it does with dreams not quite remembered. Sharing coffee with the internet doesn’t change my perception of its tone. I snap my laptop shut and harness Wally; we’re out the door by 6 am, hoping natural news will find us. Mist […]

Rush/Rash

by M.J. Iuppa

Slowly, the gloom of morning’s rain lifts. From my father’s ladder-back rocker, I watch sunlight worm its way through the clouds’ ceiling cracks and admire how green the grass has become in our overgrown yards. Once again, a part has sprung on the tractor, and we’re stuck in research, trying to find the part that […]