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  ife in refugee camps is far different from most of our daily experiences. Since August 2017, large-scale ethnic violence in northwest Myanmar—which the United Nations has called a “textbook example of ethnic cleansing”—has resulted in a sudden forced migration of more than a million Rohingyas to neighboring Bangladesh. When I traveled to southeastern Bangladesh, […]

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  A Literary Series I-80 West of Laramie, May 5, 2019 Mostly I lose. And even when I win, I still lose. Betting horses. A couple years back, up in Evanston, for instance—there’s a horse track there: Wyoming Downs—I had the winner; I had the exacta; I even had the superfecta (first through fourth), something […]

The post Old Roads, New Stories:<br> Hawk Medicine<br> by Rob Carney appeared first on Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built + Natural Environments.

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   Fox Lake Click button above to hear Eric LeMay’s Letter to America, or click here to download the audio essay in .mp3 format.       Header photo of Fox Lake by Eric LeMay.

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  Click button above to hear Eamon Grennan introduce and read this poem, or click here to download the poem in .mp3 format. Two Hares   The dead one lies sprawled at the edge of the road by the ragged green verge of grass and buttercups and weeds in an attitude of sleep, its head […]

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  Derek Sheffield reviews Ragged Anthem, poems by Chris Dombrowski Wayne State University Press  |  2019  |  ISBN: 9780814346532 |  80 pages   arnal devotion” is the phrase that comes to mind after reading Ragged Anthem, Chris Dombrowski’s third collection of poetry. The carnal is everywhere, sometimes as overtly as in the poem “Phrases,” which […]

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  Click button above to hear Philip Terman read this poem, or download the poem in .mp3 format. Bluebirds   Wouldn’t we prefer to work outside among the bluebirds, early June, late evening, As they build their nest inside their customized box On the arbor of the climbing roses? Companionable creatures, The way these two […]

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  hen I was a kid in Wisconsin in the 1970s, we didn’t have global warming. We had litter, and we had pollution. Well, and nuclear annihilation, but we didn’t really learn about that until fourth or fifth grade, and even then it didn’t make a lot of sense. We did have endangered species. And […]

The post Songs of the Humpback Whale<br> by Mary Quade appeared first on Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built + Natural Environments.

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  Click button above to hear Susan Petrie read this poem, or click here to download the poem in .mp3 format. to 5W   Sunday Septembers us windward, windows down, Rosanne Cash motherless children from the dash. Route 5 more west, more passing lane than anyone knows what to do with these days. Denimed air, […]

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  Click button above to hear Erin Fristad read this collection, or click here to download in .mp3 format.   Ketchikan I am not Ketchikan. I am not the border town where dreams disappear into the sad lives of naked women sitting on your lap at the Marine Bar. I won’t cry your name into […]

The post A Brief Map of There<br> by Erin Fristad appeared first on Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built + Natural Environments.

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     Hellbender Cryptobranchus alleganiensis   On the north fork of the Cowpasture twenty inches of devil dog swam in wicked esses between my knees and startled me for a risky instant. I almost toppled over in that swift river, as they resemble some infernal creature—mean, even lethal—though in truth whether you say grampus, snot […]

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