Jeremy Miller writes from Richmond, California.His work has appeared in Harper’s, High Country News, and 5280.
Princeton University Press, 2019. $19.95, 200 pages. “There are many ways to claim a terrain — by force and by force of the imagination, by cartography and story telling,” writes author Continue reading
A modern undertaking in an ancient landscape upsets the distinction between wild and domestic. Continue reading
WHEN I WAS A KID growing up on the northern outskirts of Denver, Colorado, my father and I spent part of a summer on a demolition project in our darkened basement. Continue reading
ON A WARM DAY in March 2011, I find myself in the back seat of a white, government-issue Chevy Suburban, rolling over spongy pasturelands in the sparsely populated foothills of the Continue reading
IN THE CALIFORNIA OIL TOWN OF TAFT, in the stifling hundred-degree heat of July, Agnes Hardt, the eighty-two-year-old curator of the West Kern Oil Museum, tells me to look up Stanley Continue reading