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Writing Wild: Women Poets, Ramblers, and Mavericks Who Shape How We See the Natural World

Writing Wild: Women Poets, Ramblers, and Mavericks Who Shape How We See the Natural World

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"Re-centers and gives voice to a diversity of women naturalists and writers across time." --Cultivating Place

In Writing Wild, Kathryn Aalto celebrates 25 women whose influential writing helps deepen our connection to and understanding of the natural world. These inspiring wordsmiths are scholars, spiritual seekers, conservationists, scientists, novelists, and explorers. They defy easy categorization, yet they all share a bold authenticity that makes their work both distinct and universal. Part travel essay, literary biography, and cultural history, Writing Wild ventures into the landscapes and lives of extraordinary writers and encourages a new generation of women to pick up their pens, head outdoors, and start writing wild.

Featured writers include Dorothy Wordsworth, Susan Fenimore Cooper, Gene Stratton-Porter, Mary Austin, and Vita Sackville-West. Nan Shepherd, Rachel Carson, Mary Oliver, Carolyn Merchant, and Annie Dillard. Gretel Ehrlich, Leslie Marmon Silko, Diane Ackerman, Robin Wall Kimmerer, and Lauret Savoy. Rebecca Solnit, Kathleen Jamie, Carolyn Finney, Helen Macdonald, and Saci Lloyd. Andrea Wulf, Camille T. Dungy, Elena Passarello, Amy Liptrot, and Elizabeth Rush.

Author: Kathryn Aalto
Publisher: Timber Press (OR)
Published: 06/23/2020
Pages: 288
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 1.00lbs
Size: 8.00h x 6.00w x 0.80d
ISBN: 9781604699272

Review Citation(s):
Booklist 03/01/2020 pg. 19
Library Journal 04/01/2020 pg. 96
Foreword 04/26/2020

About the Author
Kathryn Aalto is an American landscape designer, historian, writer, and lecturer living in Exeter, England. She has master's degrees in garden history and creative nonfiction with a particular interest in literary landscapes. Before her expat life, she taught American Literature of Nature and Place in the Pacific Northwest. She is a member of the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment, the Garden Writers Association, and the Garden History Society. Her website is kathrynaalto.com.

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