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          If you found yourself itching to get into the woods after reading Peter Wohlleben and Jane Billinghurst's?Forest Walking: Discovering the Trees and Woodlands of North Ameri, discover? Worth More Standing: Poets and Activists Pay Homage to Trees (itlin Press). Edited ...

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          Short and Sweet: Brent van Staalduinen + Cut Road

          The throughline in Brent van Staalduinen's latest short story collection? Cut Road (Guerni Editions) is characters touched and shaped by conflict. In our mini-interview, Brent talks about the "waste-no-words" instinct that feeds into short story writing, and we read fr ...

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