by Katrina Dzyak

Banzeiro Òkòtó: The Amazon as the Center of the World – Eliane Brum


Without its forests intact, the Earth faces collapse, just as the mind, body, and heart will crumble if our lungs rot ahead of schedule.

Death by Landscape – Elvia Wilk


Scene after scene, whether in stories or theory, of death by landscape, make clear the pervasive crisis that climate has become on Earth.

Diane Wilson


Relationships with plants naturally give way to relationships with people too, and this is all separate from notions of work.

The Life and Death of a Minke Whale in the Amazon and Other Stories of the Brazilian Rainforest – Fábio Zuker


An interesting consequence occurs in the titular tale, when time seems to proceed not along any linear or standardized path, but according to the Minke Whale’s appearance, disappearance, reappearance.

None But the Righteous – Chantal James


While these canyons lead to Louisiana and through Hurricane Katrina’s pummeling, the overarching project of None But the Righteous is to situate this region and its most recent catastrophic event, within a wider and longer history of canyons and of pummeling.