Spring 2013 Issue
Issue 32 features a guest editorial by Mark Sofield; interview with New Urbanism founder Andrés Duany; Massachusetts’ BioMap2 Conservation Road Map as the Unsprawl case study; a 15-sequence Utah poem by Christopher Cokinos with accompanying photographs by Stephen Trimble; Kate Protage’s dynamic “Urban Slice” painting series as the ARTerrain gallery; poetry by David Wagoner, Maureen Kingston, Susana H. Case, Al Maginnes, Jenny Morse, Julie Lein, and Lauren Eggert-Crowe; an online chapbook from Dezhou, China with images and audio by Jeevan Narney; Nathaniel Brodie on earth, craft, and rock on the Grand Canyon Trail Crew; Tamie Marie Fields on fishing in Uyak Bay, Alaska; Mark Spitzer on pursuing the seven-foot gar; Julene Bair on farming above the Ogalalla Aquifer; fiction by David Rose, Steve Edwards, and Katie Rogin; reviews; and more!
The editors of Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built + Natural Environments are delighted to announce the launch of our new Issue 31, with the theme of “Ruin and Renewal (Part II).”
The Winter 2013 issue extends the “Ruin and Renewal” theme from our Fall 2012 issue, and includes the winning and finalist entries from our 3rd annual contests in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry; a special “To Know a Place” section from six writers on Mount St. Helens; guest editorial by Alison Hawthorne Deming; new “Eyes on the Street” column from urban designer and landscape architect Ken Pirie; Downtown Silver Spring, Maryland, as the Unsprawl case study; ARTerrain gallery by Lucinda Bliss; and more. And if you’re reading this blog, you know the new dynamic, image-rich Terrain.org design is live, as well.
The editors of Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments are pleased to announce the launch of Terrain.org Issue No. 30, “Ruin and Renewal,” which features a compelling mix of literary, technical, and artistic contributions.
The editors of Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments are delighted to announce the winners of our 3rd Annual Contests in Poetry, Fiction, and Nonfiction:
- Poetry ~ Genevieve Leet, for two poems (judged by Suzanne Frischkorn)
- Fiction ~ Courtney Amber Kilian, for the story “Color Has History” (judged by Skip Horack)
- Nonfiction ~ Sonya Huber, for the essay “Love and Industry: A Midwestern Notebook” (judged by Christopher Cokinos)
The winners and finalists will appear in Issue 31, “Ruin + Renewal”, which publishes January 15, 2013.
For the past 15 years, Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments has published the web’s richest mix of literary and technical place-based contributions in two themed issues per year. We began in 1997 with columns, poetry, essays, fiction, articles, the Unsprawl case study, and the ARTerrain gallery. Since then we’ve added sections for reviews, an interview, and To Know a Place. In that time we’ve also had just three website designs, including the current design for the last (dare we say it) nine years.
In December, however, we’ll launch a complete website redesign, and more…
The regular and contest submission deadline for Terrain.org’s upcoming issue, with the theme of “Ruin and Renewal”, is fast approaching! It’s our 30th issue, and is already shaping up to be fantabulous. Be sure to submit your poetry, essays, fiction, articles, and more before the deadline to be considered for this issue, which launches October [...]
Issue No. 29 of Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments features a rich and surprising mix of literary, technical, and artistic contributions, all with eloquent and of course sometimes flighty responses to the theme of migration: Editorials Guest Editorial, with Audio and Image Gallery “Migratory” by Allison Adelle Hedge Coke, Reynolds Chair [...]
We’ve pushed back the launch of Terrain.org to celebrate Earth Day (well, okay, we’re actually delayed just a bit, but the coincidence is nice). Look for the new issue with the theme of “Migration” at www.terrain.org on April 23rd. And let us say right now that it’s a stunning issue, with poetry from the likes [...]
Issue No. 28 — “Image” — features an interactive mix of literary and technical contributions, including the poetry, fiction, and nonfiction winners of our 2nd Annual Contest; our second image-filled online poetry chapbook; a new column by Elizabeth Dodd; a hypertext narrative gallery on art and the Russian landscape; and much more: Editorials Guest Editorial: [...]
Theme: Entropy Issue No. 27 features a rich and surprising mix of literary, technical, and artistic contributions, all with eloquent responses to entropy — a measure of the disorder or randomness in a closed system: Editorials Guest Editorial “Crossroads if a Water Crisis” by Tara Lohan, Senior Editor of AlterNet and Author of Water Matters [...]
In the third week of March or thereabouts Terrain.org will launch our 27th issue: Entropy. Here’s a preview of some of the really wonderful work it contains: Guest Editorial by Tara Lahan Interview with James Howard Kunstler Poetry by Jame Engelhardt, Kelly Madigan Erlandson, Frank Gallimore, Jennifer Wallace, Katherine Riegel, Genevieve Kaplan, Amanda Whiting, Mark [...]
The editors of Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments are pleased to announce the launch of our 26th issue, “The Signal in the Noise,” at http://www.terrain.org. Issue No. 26 features a rich mix of literary and technical contributions, including the poetry, fiction, and nonfiction winners of our inaugural contest, the new “To [...]
The editors of Terrain.org are pleased to preview the upcoming issue, our 26th, with the theme of “The Signal in the Noise.” We also want you to know that the issue launch date has moved back three weeks — to October 11th — to allow for systems upgrades (i.e., the editor-in-chief’s computer died and a [...]
Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments is pleased to announce the finalists and winner of our inaugural poetry contest, judged by acclaimed writer and publisher Jessie Lendennie: Winner: Laura-Gray Street for the long poem “Goya’s Dog” Finalist: Reeves Keyworth for “Summer Evening, the West Side” Finalist: Sara Talpos for “Mammoth,” “350,” and [...]
Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments is pleased to announce the finalists and winner of our inaugural fiction contest, judged by acclaimed writer and teacher Aurelie Sheehan: Winner: Andrew Wingfield for “Right of Way” Finalist: Kevin Catalano for “Into the Lake” Finalist: Jasmon Drain for “Wet Paper Grass” Here’s what Sheehan had [...]