Earlier this week, FeverDream Magazine published a story and photography that I’m really proud of: Notes From the Apocalypse: a Journey Through an American Sacrifice Zone. The magazine did an excellent job with the images and the layout and I couldn’t be more pleased. “Notes From the Apocalypse” was inspired by a road-trip through theContinue reading “New story out – Notes From the Apocalypse: a Journey Through an American Sacrifice Zone”
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Fracking cover-up continues groundwater contamination disaster in Pavillion, Wyoming
How tumult over a draft EPA report on fracking-related water contamination has given Wyoming a pass on fixing groundwater polluted by traditional gas drilling.
Covering the Water Protectors standing up against the Line 3 tar sands pipeline
On June 7th, 2021, hundreds of Water Protectors gathered at the headwaters of the Mississippi River and marched to a bridge near where Enbridge Energy planned to drill under the river to route their one-million-barrel-a-day Line 3 tar-sands pipeline. I covered the Treaty People Gathering, an assembly of Water Protectors meant to kick off aContinue reading “Covering the Water Protectors standing up against the Line 3 tar sands pipeline”
Writing About my Hometown
About a decade ago, I moved from Maine to Montana. Not one of those famous towns like Bozeman and Missoula which have been featured in big-budget movies or the glossy pages of adventure magazines. No, I moved back to my industrial hometown of Billings.
7 incredible winter experiences in Montana’s Yellowstone Country
My latest article out from Matador Network: 7 incredible experiences in Montana’s Yellowstone Country.
Their footage will add much texture to the public discourse on Americans’ views on the environment.
Modern corporations take voting themselves “generous gifts” several steps further, not only bleeding the treasury dry, but all of the nation’s resources, natural and human, plus seeking the unfettered right to pollute in single-minded search for profits
WSJ article on the late Robert Parker
Here’s a link to an article in the Wall Street Journal about how Robert Parker, writer of the Spencer PI novels, saved detective fiction. Parker was an icon (and hopefully will continue to be) and will be missed. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703837004575013104258735756.html
Airports: A Culture Condensed
Of course, all races seemed to be represented, but if you’re not white, chances are you’re standing behind a counter, wearing some kind of uniform
Creepy Stop-Action Video for New Zealand Council for the Book
Anyone interested in spooky stop-action should check out this short video. It was made for the New Zealand Council for the Book, and is really well done. http://creativity-online.com/work/new-zealand-book-council-going-west/18044