Laurie Glover writes about “place” across nearly all genres. Glover’s solo works have appeared in journals such as ZYZZYVA, Boom, Nimrod, and California Quarterly, and her collaborative works include a book on California history and two poetry chapbooks. She’s also known for facilitating small-group week-long writing retreats in Sonoma County. She is currently working on a travel memoir following the itinerary of John Muir’s little-known 1903-04 world tour.
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Gary Snyder & Kim Stanley Robinson: Mt. Thoreau, Civil Disobedience, and Naming What Can't Be Named