I taught a workshop called Exploring Environmental Justice Through Journalism at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey this spring.
I hosted a discussion with Cheryl Strayed, Rahawa Haile, Kathryn Miles, and Joan Kane at the 2018 Association of Writers and Writing Programs conference in Portland, Oregon, called Extraordinary Journeys: Women Writers on and off the Trail.
My work as editor with Robin Hemley on his Pushcart Prize–winning essay "To the Rainforest Room" is featured in the new anthology The Craft of Editing from Routledge.
I appeared at the Bread Loaf Environmental Writers' Conference, where I met individually with conference participants and spoke about longform environmental writing.
My work as an acquisition editor was featured in The Pitch, a series from Nieman Storyboard where editors to talk about pitching, give advice, and dissect a pitch that resulted in a successful magazine story.
Here I am at AWP, discussing what editors want from writers, and what they absolutely don’t want, along with editors from The Believer, Milkweed Editions, Tin House, and the New England Review.
Here I am talking with Rebecca Solnit and Robert Macfarlane about the multifarious forms that writing about the human relationship to nature can take.