And they grew to know one another, the river with her piscatorial prizes, and the Old Man with his dreams.
...some days, you just have to work a little harder to be awesome.
One of my favorite stories in the Bible comes from the very end of John’s gospel. Jesus has been crucified and resurrected, and has appeared a few times to his disciples. But at one point, it’s been awhile. The disciples are confused. They don’t know where Jesus is. They don’t know if they’ll see him … Continue reading A Radical Alternative
As many of you know, in addition to my work here at The Awesomeness Conspiracy, I also write for the online e-magazine The Eco-Theo Review. I've started a new regular column there called Benthics, and the first post is live today.Here's an excerpt:The endless dark green ribbon glides by, ruffled gently by the occasional gust … Continue reading The Winter’s Rise…New at EcoTheo Review
As I mentioned yesterday, I'm thrilled to be included as part of the inaugural issue of The EcoTheo Review, which is live online today! I hope you'll take a few minutes and check out some of the excellent content the editors have put together for today's launch. My full essay, Of Mountain Trout and the … Continue reading EcoTheo Review Launches!