Here some of our favorite Orion features, interviews, and web exclusive essays from the past ten years that celebrate love in all of its forms. Pride, this month and every month.
Wolf Rock: On Safety in Art and Science by Callum Angus
Queer artists as land artists and the interrogation of “safety” when creating art and conducting experiments.
9 Reflections on the Hunt by Anne Haven McDonnell
The fact that you are queer, that you’ve never fired a gun, are facts that lay quiet,
hidden under your orange vest and cap.
The Land Has Memory by Priscilla Solis Ybarra
A conversation on identity and environmentalism with playwright, poet, and essayist Cherríe Moraga
A Private Wild by Laurel Nakanishi
July | August 2016
Out beyond male and female, gay and straight, there are mountains.
Metamorphic by Jill Sisson Quinn
May | June 2013
Geology meets sexual fluidity on the shores of Lake Superior.
How to Queer Ecology: One Goose at a Time by Alex Carr Johnson
March | April 2011
Even nature—defined impossibly as the nonhuman—becomes unnatural when it does not fit the desired norm.