Category : Authors

Written on Oct, 14, 2016 by in | Leave a comment

Annis Pratt’s novels are full of passion for the natural world and enthusiasm for the details of everyday life. Her invented worlds are more realistic than fantastic, her fiction speculative about ways to live in harmony with each other and with our planet. Please see our previous interview with Annis, and about this series, at Eco-fiction.com. Her earlier books were …

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Eco-fiction mystery author Donelle Dreese

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Ron Melchiore (author of Off Grid and Free: My Path to the Wilderness), an avid outdoorsman, homesteader and off-grid enthusiast, has spent the last 35 years unplugged from the grid pursuing a self sufficient lifestyle. Some of his adventures include successfully hiking the Appalachian Trail in winter, bicycling across the United States, surviving forest fires, and being touched by “Gentle …

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Mark is the author of twenty books, an associate professor of creative writing at the University of Central Arkansas, and the Editor in Chief of the award-winning literary journal Toad Suck Review (toadsuckreview.org). He is a leading authority on the primitive fish known as gar (he can be seen featured on reruns of the “Alligator Gar” episode of the Animal …

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Written on Nov, 11, 2014 by in | Leave a comment

The Suicide Season’s Jeremy Gadd is an Australian author and poet. After graduating from the National Institute of Dramatic Art, he worked extensively in professional theatre in Australia and the United Kingdom before concentrating on his writing, which includes plays, the publication of novels, fifty short stories and poetry. He has also written dialogue for a dance performed by The …

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Written on Oct, 28, 2014 by in | Leave a comment

Jim Schaefer is a professor of biology at Trent University, where he teaches conservation biology, mammalogy, ecology, and research design & data analysis. He has published more than 50 peer-reviewed scientific articles. As a Leopold Leadership Fellow and a member of International Boreal Conservation Science Panel, he is also committed (and trained) to communicate science to non-scientists. Jim has been …

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Written on Mar, 08, 2014 by in | Leave a comment

The following poets contributed to the poetry collection Earthwalk: A Poetic Walk among Forests and Shorelines: Tyee Bridge writes about ecological issues, religion, and myth. Born in the Canadian Gulf Islands, he grew up in nearby Washington state and moved back to BC in 2001.  A recent essay on mythic stories, “The Things Ink May Do,” has been chosen for …

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Written on Mar, 08, 2014 by in | Leave a comment

Carolyn Welch, a native Californian, has written over a decade of California Poems that explore the local surf, mountains, desert, and people. A technical writer, Carolyn dabbles on the side with creativity that needs an outlet, inspired by her observations of nature. Carolyn’s poems are unique, musical, and refreshing, from her anatomizing the city of Los Angeles to revitalizing the …

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Kirby Record was born in 1947 in the state of Indiana, USA. He studied classics, linguistics, and literature at Indiana University where he earned three degrees. He has lectured at Indiana University, Arkansas State University, and Harvard University, in America; the Institut Teknologi MARA in Malaysia; and Showa Women’s University, Keio University, Chuo University and Akita International University in Japan. …

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Lucas Christopoulos was born in 1973 in the city of Lausanne, Switzerland. He traveled alone to China at the age of 17 where he stayed for ten years, studying traditional martial arts and Taoist practices with various masters all around the country from 1991. He is a former student of the Beijing Sports University and became enrolled in a PhD …

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