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ExECu TIvE DIRECTOR: H. Emerson Blake
Jennifer Boyden’s forthcoming poetry
collection is The Declarable Future. She is
working to create a new writing and arts
residency program dedicated to collaboration and ecology on the Oregon coast.
Ricardo Cases was born in Spain. He
holds a degree from the Universidad del
País Vasco, Bilbao, and joined the Blank
Paper Photography Collective in 2006.
Jody Gladding’s newest book,
Translations from Bark Beetle, is forthcoming from
Milkweed Editions. She teaches at the Vermont College of Fine Arts.
Josie Iselin is the photographer, author,
and designer of many books on natural
forms, including Beach Stones, Beach: A
Book of Treasure, and An Ocean Garden:
The Secret Life of Seaweed, which is forthcoming. She lives in California.
Teddy Macker’s recent work appears in
the Southern Humanities Review,
Columbia, and Water~Stone Review. He lives in
Carpinteria, California, with his wife and
Christopher Merrill is the director of
the International Writing Program at the
University of Iowa. The author of many
books of nonfiction and poetry, his latest book, The Tree of the Doves: Ceremony,
Expedition, War, chronicles his travels in
Asia and the Middle East in the wake of
the war on terror.
Paul Octavious is a photographer and
designer based in Chicago, Illinois. His
work has appeared in The New Yorker, The
Paris Review, and the New York Times.
Neil Ever Osborne is a conservation
photographer based in Toronto, Canada.
His ongoing work in Baja California Sur
documents the e=orts of Grupo Tortuguero to bring sea turtles back to Mexico.
Jill Sisson Quinn, author of Deranged,
has won the John Burroughs Essay
Award. Her work has appeared in Ecotone,
OnEarth, and many other magazines. She
lives in Wisconsin.
Alberto Álvaro Ríos’s latest collection
of poems is The Dangerous Shirt, preceded by The Theater of Night, winner of
the PEN/Beyond Margins Award. A finalist for the National Book Award, Ríos has
taught at Arizona State University for over
Rebecca Solnit’s newest book is The
Faraway Nearby, a lyrical exploration of
storytelling and empathy, distance and
closeness, decay and regeneration. She is
a contributing editor to Orion.
Ana Maria Spagna lives in Washington’s North Cascades. She is the author,
most recently, of Potluck: Community on
the Edge of Wilderness.
Joni Tevis is the author of a book of lyric
essays, The Wet Collection. She teaches
literature and creative writing at Furman
University in Greenville, South Carolina.
David Treuer is an Ojibwe Indian from
Leech Lake Reservation in Minnesota.
His writing has appeared in the New York
Times, Esquire, and elsewhere; his most recent book is Rez Life: An Indian’s Journey
Through the Land of His People.