I gave this talk last Fall for an online gathering of the Jubilee! community in Asheville. Thought some might enjoy […]
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Muir & Me
Wilderness Press just published this 20th anniversary announcement on their blog! The Wise, Wandering, Sauntering Scotsman
New Look, Same Story!
Though the title and tale are the same, the only novella I’ve written (published in 2010) has a new cover. […]
Looking in the Muir-or
John Muir continues to shake up the environmental world. This article in Earth Island Journal presents a good balance to […]
In classes I teach on Freethinkers like naturalist John Muir, I often saunter back to wise reminders of human hubris, […]
Geography of the Wild
My recent Zoom talk to the Jubilee! Community here in Asheville begins around the 45:40 mark.
Muir and White Supremacy
I wrote this essay in response to recent interpretations of John Muir as a racist. This is not a defense […]
John Muir a Racist?
I’m in total support of each one of us honestly facing our own history, and telling the full, true stories […]
I find it almost hard to believe it’s been nearly 20 years since my second “pilgrimage” to “the old country,” […]
John Muir’s 182nd!
Naturalist John Muir would be 182 today! Born on April 21, 1838, Muir sauntered his way from Scotland to Wisconsin […]
We Are Wilderness: John Muir
In these fearfully uncertain times, when “self-isolating” and “social distancing” send us into defensive self-protection, the wise and wild words […]
Happy Muir Year!
My latest essay on John Muir was just published in The Humanist! See what you think. And may all readers […]