Leah Tyus is an emerging writer who explores the intersections of race, nature, and identity in her nonfiction and fiction writing. She is a University of California, Berkeley, undergraduate alumna and originally from Michigan.
Between Earth and Sky, Choices Remain
THE MORNING WAS QUIET with the scent of wet earth outstretched and welcoming. Our surroundings were sharp-edged as white clouds seamed into the pale blue sky, and the silhouettes of trees, Continue reading
Lay of the Land
One but Not the Same
THE SUN WAS SETTING as my backpacking group and I headed back to our campsite from Cinder Cone in Lassen Volcanic National Park. We walked in silence, falling into a rhythm. Continue reading