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THE ENVIRONMENTAL MAGAZINE Online

September 21, 2022 | “Shifting Light in the Choya

EARTH ISLAND JOURNAL Berkeley, CA

August 22, 2022 | “A Fuel Leak in O‘ahu spurs protests

NORTH BAY BOHEMIAN Sonoma, CA

June 22, 2022 | “Clouded By Coho

NORTH BAY BOHEMIAN Sonoma, CA

April 26, 2022 | “Plannning For Drought in Sonoma

BERKELEYSIDE Berkeley, CA

January 21, 2022 | “Resoration at Codornices Creek

DISPATCHES Berkeley, CA

December 13, 2021 | “We Grew Under The Sky

NORTH BAY BOHEMIAN Sonoma, CA

November 16, 2021 | “Advocates Push for Reintroduction of Beavers

DISPATCHES Berkeley, CA

October 8, 2021 | “Drowned Cathedrals

DISPATCHES Berkeley, CA

June 12, 2021 | “The Scout

NORTH BAY BOHEMIAN Sonoma, CA

May, 2021 | “Droughts Effect on Fire Risk

BOHEMIAN/PACIFIC SUN Bay Area

March, 2021 | “The Coming Tide

7X7.LA Los Angeles, CA

February, 2021 | “Crowhead

WALES ARTS REVIEW Newport, Wales

January, 2021 | “Walking Slowly

BOHEMIAN/PACIFIC SUN Bay Area

November, 2020 | “This Bird Screams Fire

BAY NATURE San Francisco, Bay Area

November, 2020 | “On Quiet Beaches

POUR VIDA Los Angeles, CA

Summer, 2020 | “Yielding to Reprieve

MEDIUM the internet

Spring, Summer 2020 | “Covid Journals” View Medium posts here

THE ECKLEBURG REVIEW Baltimore, MD

Fall, 2019 | “Home Through The Smoke

PARENTHESES JOURNAL International

Spring, 2019 | “Hope They Call It Dakota

THE FREE LIBRARY OF THE INTERNET VOID

Winter, 2019 | “Ibex

SANTA CRUZ ALMANAC Santa Cruz, CA

Summer, 2018 | “Ancient Heart,” “In the Window"

MARIN ARTS & CULTURE Tibouron, CA

Fall, 2017 | “Point Reyes: To See a Piece of Land”

STRAYLIGHT ONLINE LITERARY MAGAZINE Parkside, WI

Winter, 2014 | “Then They Startle” (unavailable)

DENALI ARTS MAGAZINE Eugene, OR

2014 | “Talking During a Blizzard” (print only)
“In the heat that makes those dry landscapes appear still, there is an ever greater ability to find stillness and reflection within ourselves. In that environment, so far flung from what we as tropical primates love so fully with our bodies, we see our needs, projected onto the land like a mirage, sitting right in front of us.”  // Shifting Light in the Choya 
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