Women Working in Nature and the Arts

Women Working in Nature and the Arts, D.M. Cameron

I’m very happy to return to the “Women Working in Nature and the Arts” series with D.M. Cameron, whose novel Beneath the Mother Tree (MidnightSun Publishing, 2018) was recently posted at Dragonfly.  Donna writes radio plays, film scripts, and novels and has received many awards. As with other women in […]

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Lost Objects’ “Little Red Drops”, Marian Womack

Click here to return to the series Over the summer, I spotlighted author Marian Womack’s new collection of short stories, Lost Objects. These stories explore place and landscape at different stages of decay, positioning them as fighting grounds for death and renewal. From dystopian Andalusia to Scotland or the Norfolk […]

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Interview with Carol Fiore

Part XIX. Women Working in Nature and the Arts, Carol Fiore Today I am thrilled to welcome Carol Fiore to part 19 of our Women Working in Nature and the Arts series. Carol Fiore is the author of three books and several magazine articles. We’ll look at her most recent […]

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Climate Change Author Spotlight – Octavia Butler

Back to the series Octavia Butler, an African American science fiction writer, was born in 1947 and died in 2006. A Hugo and Nebula award winner, she wrote fairy tales as a young girl. By the time she was a pre-teen she got her first typewriter, ignoring her Aunt Hazel […]

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Interview with Maia KB Chowdhury

Part XVIII. Women Working in Nature and the Arts, Maia KB Chowdhury I am thrilled to chat with Maia KB Chowdhury, a multi-talented architect, artist, and author. Maia is an award-winning Registered Architect and author of a love story about fracking, The Erenwine Agenda. She is a contributor to Thrive […]

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Interview with Natasha Carthew

Part XVII. Women Working in Nature and the Arts, Natasha Carthew Thanks, Natasha, for taking the time to chat with Eco-fiction.com! Natasha joins us as the 17th feature in our “Women Working in Nature and the Arts” series. She has been published previously as a poet and young adult writer […]

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Interview with Caroline Woodward

Part XVI. Women Working in Nature and the Arts, Caroline Woodward Caroline Woodward is a writer of fiction, poetry and children’s books, living on the Lennard Island Lightstation at the entrance to Clayoquot Sound, near Tofino, BC. She is qualified as an Assistant Lightkeeper and often works relief at this […]

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Interview with Nancy Lord

Part XV. Women Working in Nature and the Arts Nancy Lord, who lives in Homer, Alaska, is passionate about place, history, and the natural environment.  From her many years of commercial salmon fishing and, later, work as a naturalist and historian on adventure cruise ships, she’s explored in both fiction […]

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Interview with Annis Pratt, Infinite Games

Part XIV. Women Working in Nature and the Arts Annis Pratt’s novels are full of passion for the natural world and enthusiasm for the details of everyday life. Her invented worlds are more realistic than fantastic, her fiction speculative about ways to live in harmony with each other and with […]

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Interview with Donelle Dreese, Cave Walker

Part XVI. Women Working in Nature and the Arts Returning to our “Women Working in Nature and the Arts” interview series, I’m happy to introduce Donelle Dreese. Donelle is an author and Professor of English at Northern Kentucky University.  Her books include Cave Walker (Moon Willow Press), Sophrosyne (Aldrich Press), Deep River […]

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Interview with Nina Munteanu, Ecologist and Author

Part XV. Women Working in Nature and the Arts Originally published on October 31, 2016, this article is updated with the news that Nina’s Water Is…The Meaning of Water, is recommended by Margaret Atwood in “The Year in Reading,” published by the New York Times. Nina Munteanu is a Canadian […]

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Interview with Lorna Crozier, The Wild in You

Part XIII. Women Working in Nature and the Arts An Officer of the Order of Canada, Lorna Crozier has been acknowledged for her contributions to Canadian literature, her teaching and her mentoring with five honourary doctorates, most recently from McGill and Simon Fraser Universities. Her books have received numerous national […]

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Interview with Johanna Melchiore, “Off Grid and Free”

Part XII. Women Working in Nature and the Arts Johanna Melchiore is an amazing woman and the wife of Ron Melchiore, whose book Life Off Grid: My Path to the Wilderness explores their road less traveled. Ron and Johanna currently live in the total wilds of Saskatchewan in a remote […]

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Interview with Liz Cunningham, Ocean Country

Part XI. Women Working in Nature and the Arts Liz Cunningham is the author of Ocean Country: One Woman’s Voyage from Peril to Hope in Her Quest to Save the Seas (North Atlantic Books) and Talking Politics: Choosing the President in the Television Age (Praeger). Her work has appeared in […]

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Interview with M Jackson, While Glaciers Slept

Part X. Women Working in Nature and the Arts M Jackson joins our Women Working in Nature and the Arts series. She is an adventurer and environmental educator pursing a doctorate in geography and earth science at the University of Oregon, where she is researching glaciers and climate change in […]

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