Stephanie Bernhard writes about environment and literature for public and academic audiences. Her essays appear in Slate and Orion, among other publications, and her academic work is forthcoming in Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities. Her first piece of fiction is also forthcoming in The Literary Review. She is the New Media and Public Humanities Fellow at the Jackman Humanities Institute of the University of Toronto and an assistant professor of English at Salisbury University.
Survival Tips: On Jenny Offill’s “Weather”
Stephanie Bernhard reviews "Weather," the new novel from Jenny Offill....
Sheeps and Dogs: On “Far From the Madding Crowd”
Thomas Vinterberg's recent adaptation of "Far From the Madding Crowd" is a film that is completely dutiful, very attractive, and mostly dull....
A Spoonful of Soil
No-till farming will create the soil that will save us....
Visiting Elizabeth Bishop’s Maine
Thinking about Elizabeth Bishop’s Maine, Robert Lowell, and the personal....
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