Nicola Waldron writes from a sunroom in South Carolina where she is visited by anoles. Her prose has been featured or is forthcoming in Assay, Post Road, About Place, Proximity, Agni, and Sonora Review, among many others, and she’s a former recipient of Britain’s Bridport Prize, and South Carolina Poetry Initiative’s chapbook award for Girl at the Watershed. A graduate of Cambridge University and the Bennington Writing Seminars, she teaches writing at the University of South Carolina, and is prose editor for Jasper magazine.
The Summoning World: Mary Oliver’s (Re)Visionary Legacy
Nicola Waldron reviews Mary Oliver's "Upstream: Selected Essays."...