Posts Tagged: Eva Holland

This Week in Essays

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Happy International Women’s Day! Why not read some essays if you have extra time today, starting with Dayna Tortorici laying out the reasons for striking today at n + 1. Timothy Denevi ventured to CPAC and got a front row seat to the banality of evil for Lit Hub. J. Malcolm Garcia dives deep into the story of a […]

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Cabin in the Woods

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It may not be 1869 anymore, but fear not: the golden age of conservation literature is far from over. As part of the Pacific Standard‘s week-long series on “opting-out,” Eva Holland writes about the tradition of environmental writing, from Thoreau to David Gessner. Also in the series: a patriarchal cult in Alaska, homesteading, and the “new domesticity.”

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