About this siteAmy draws on years of conservation experience to inform her feature writing and commentary in a compelling combination of professional knowledge and personal passion.
Program Director David Everett was giving us a final pep talk on the last day of class, one night before we all would stand before a crowd of friends, family, faculty and fellow students and read an excerpt of our writing. We were finishing our graduate degrees in the Johns Hopkins Writing Program, leaving the supportive world of academia and facing the cold truth of post-graduate writers: many of them don’t write. David’s wise words boiled down to three things: you’re all great, Read more [...]
The proof is in: pesticides are poisoning frogs. See my recent article for Blue Ridge Press as it appeared in the Yonkers Tribune, the Ames Tribune and (from the frog's perspective) the Adirondack Daily Enterprise. Blue Ridge Press is a non-profit environmental news service, providing features and commentary to community newspapers around the U.S. Other publications printing the article include: Westchester Guardian (NY) Read more [...]