Longleaf Stories

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I’m so pleased to have my essay, Child of Small Waters, published today by the good folks at the online magazine, Nature Writing. You can read it here. While there, look around and read some wonderful essays and poems, and consider submitting your own. I know many of you are fine nature writers and photographers, and you’ll find a warm reception there.



4 thoughts on “Essay Up at Nature Writing

  1. It’s a lovely essay. “Give me a pocket full of pecan halves, a tangerine and a native plant reference guide. I’ll be home in time for supper.” Me too! Or at least I wish . . .


    1. Beth says:

      Whatever our ages, if we’re lucky, we still have a lot of puppy in us. I know I do, and I suspect you do, too. Thanks for the kind words re the essay. Whether you know it or now, a recent comment of yours encouraged me to begin submitting again. This was an older essay I polished a little, but have some new writing in the pipeline for the first time in a while.


  2. laura morgan says:

    Great essay – a cracking opening, a graceful close…

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Beth says:

    Thank you, Laura. Your kind words are much appreciated.


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