Hi, there. Haley and Missy of HUMANxNATURE here. July was a quiet month—at least over here on our newsletter. Behind the scenes, we’ve been working wit…
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I used to pride myself on knowing both kinds of names: the names that scientists gave to plants, Viola tricolor and Daucus carota, and the names that w…
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My brother the geologist shuffles in his sandals to kneel on the earth. He sifts some of it into his cupped hands, lifting the white sand to his mouth …
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Haley and Missy of HUMANxNATURE here. We’ve got good news! Our first print issue was honored by this year’s New England Book Show! We took home second …
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In the Homeric Hymn to Apollo, a pregnant Leto turns desperately to Delos in her search for a safe place to birth Apollo. Every other island in the eas…
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I grew up inside a small gray house, and outside the house grew a tall, white pine—much thicker than my body, much taller than my house. This might be …
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Hi, there. Haley and Missy of HUMANxNATURE here. In our first dispatch, we mentioned some forthcoming details about this space and our plans for the fu…
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Hi, there. Haley and Missy of HUMANxNATURE here. Welcome to our official digital space. We have a lot planned for it—new writing, new interviews—not to…
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