Leath Tonino is a freelance writer publishing prose and poetry in The Sun, Outside, New England Review, Tricycle, Utne Reader, and elsewhere. He’s also the author of The Animal One Thousand Miles Long, a collection of essays about the outdoors.
Lay of the Land
THERE IS NO ROAD, hasn’t been a road since Gerlach, that crust of a town where we turned from pavement to playa, to hairline-fractured hardpan Continue reading
Countless nonhuman lives are lost every day on America’s roadways—what might it take to recognize them? Continue reading
From Thoreau to Abbey, some of the greatest advocates for wild places have another thing in common: wild whiskers. Continue reading