Barry Lopez is the author of Arctic Dreams, which won the National Book Award, Resistance, Of Wolves and Men, and other works of fiction and nonfiction. Lopez, who was active as a landscape photographer prior to 1981, maintains close ties with a diverse community of artists. He is coeditor with Debra Gwartney of Home Ground: Language for an American Landscape.
OREN LYONS, seventy-six, is a wisdom carrier, one of the bearers of a variety of human tradition that can’t easily be reduced to a couple of sentences. One reason he — Continue reading
MY HOME STANDS ON A WOODED BENCH, set back about two hundred feet from the north bank of the McKenzie River in western Oregon. Almost every day I go down to Continue reading