Clare Barboza is a documentary food
photographer living in Seattle.
Kirk Crippens’s portfolio Foreclosure,
USA was recently collected by the Crystal
Bridges Museum of American Art, and
can be seen in its exhibition State of the
Art: Discovering American Art Now from
September 2014 through January 2015.
Alison Hawthorne Deming’s essay in
this issue will appear in her new book of
nonfiction, Zoologies: On Animals and the
Human Spirit, out this fall from Milkweed
Brian Doyle edits Portland Magazine and
is the author, most recently, of The Plover.
Terry Falke’s book of contemporary landscapes, Observations in an Occupied Wilderness, was published in 2006.
Rowan Jacobsen’s piece in this issue is
excerpted from Apples of Uncommon Character: 123 Heirlooms, Modern Classics, and
Little-Known Wonders, forthcoming from
Jourdan Imani Keith has served for
eleven years as the founder and director of
Urban Wilderness Project.
Christopher Ketcham’s most recent
article for Orion, “The Reign of the One
Percenters,” appeared in the November/
December 2011 issue.
Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe have co-published three books about the American
West: Third Views, Second Sights ; Yosemite
in Time; and Reconstructing the View.
Philip Metres is the author of numerous
books, including Sand Opera. He is a 2014
Creative Workforce Fellow and professor
of English at John Carroll University.
Alison Moritsugu is a New York–based
artist born and raised in Hawai‘i.
Annie Marie Musselman is working
on a project called For the Innocent, which
documents the lives of animals in sanctuaries around the world.
Christina Seely’s first monograph, Lux,
will be published in 2014.
Martha Silano has authored four books
of poetry, including The Little Office of the
Immaculate Conception and Reckless Lovely.
Jordan Fisher Smith is the author of
Nature Noir and a forthcoming book on
the control of nature in national parks.
Mark Svenvold lives in New York City
and teaches at Seton Hall University.
Arthur Sze’s ninth book of poems is
Compass Rose. He is a chancellor of the
Academy of American Poets.
Joe Wilkins is the author of a memoir,
The Mountain and the Fathers, a finalist for
the 2013 Orion Book Award, and two collections of poems, Notes from the Journey
Westward and Killing the Murnion Dogs.
Terry Tempest Williams is a writer,
naturalist, and Orion contributing editor.
She is a provostial scholar at Dartmouth
College and the author, most recently, of
When Women Were Birds.
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