|PUBLISHED ARTICLES AND ESSAYS
Zócalo Public Square: Nov. 19, 2015 - The Invention of the Light Bulb Did Not Conquor....
Christina Seely:Lux: February 2015 (Radius Books) - Lux: The Mysteries of Light's Abundance.
Urban Lighting, Light Pollution, and Society: November 2014 (Routledge, UK) - Out of the Dark.
John Bisbee at the Shelburne Museum: January 2014 - catalogue essay, New Blooms.
DownEast: October 2013 - Somewhere North of Me.
The Boston Globe Travel: June 9, 2013 - Above it all on Sicily.
The Harvard Review: Winter 2012 - Shadows.
Maine Home and Design: April 2012 - The Dream Life of Nails: A Profile of John Bisbee.
Boston Sunday Globe Books: February 19, 2012 - Travel and Reading.
More: December 2011/January 2012 -My Mother's Voice.
The Boston Sunday Globe "Books": July 10, 2011 - "Illuminating Texts"
The Independent (London), May 12, 2011 - Artificial Light.
OnEarth Magazine, February 23, 2011 - "Star Light, Star Bright"
The Boston Globe, Ideas, August 1, 2010 - "Lights out: The incandescent bulb, an obituary."
The Huffington Post. July 8, 2010 - Light! Less Light! The Evolutions of Artificial Light.
Bright Common Nails: The Work of John Bisbee: February 2008 - Strange Familiars.
Lumina: Spring 2007 - The North Pack.
Where The Mountain Stands Alone: August, 2006 - Look to the Hills.
The Boston Sunday Globe Books: July 23, 2006 - A Reading Life - Solitude.
Colby Magazine: March 2006 - A Farm's Many Lives.
Accent: March 2005 - Disappearance.
On Earth: September 2004 - from Wilderness.
The Harvard Review: Spring 2004 - Ghost Countries.
The American Scholar: Fall 2002 - Dreaming of Dunghills.
CommonWealth: Fall 2001 - Of the Farm.
The Boston Sunday Globe Books: November 2000 - My Back Pages - Winter Sea.
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine: April 4, 1999 - A Time to Sow.
The Georgia Review: Spring 1999 - Twilight of the Apple Growers.
The Boston Sunday Globe Books: February 21, 1999 - My Back Pages.
The Georgia Review: Winter 1998 - The Wilderness North of the Merrimack.
The Georgia Review: Winter 1997 - Bread.
The Georgia Review: Autumn 1997 - Baldwins.
The Georgia Review: Winter 1996 - Afterwards.
Orion: Summer 1996 - The New Pruner.
American Farmland: Spring 1996 - excerpt from Here and Nowhere Else.
A View from The Loft: Spring 1996 - Writing from Memory.
The Georgia Review: Autumn 1995 - Influenza 1918.
The Georgia Review: Spring 1994 - This Deliberate Dream.
The Gettysburg Review: Autumn 1993 - From Here: A Selection.
The Georgia Review: Spring 1993 - From Here.
The Ohio Review: Autumn 1992 - five prose pieces.
Salamander: Autumn 1992 - four prose pieces.
New England Review: Summer 1992 - seven prose pieces.
Fiction: Autumn 1990 - seven prose pieces.
RADIO ESSAYS AND COMMENTARIES
for Living on Earth (National Public Radio/WBUR Boston)
July 16, 1999: Merrimack River Changes
March 19, 1999: Another Casualty of the Global Economy - Apples?
July 31, 1998: Valuing Land
May 1, 1998: Dracut Water War
October 10, 1997: A Different Cider
May 30, 1997: The Pruner
February 14, 1997: Jane's Place: The Old Mail Road
November 15, 1996: Farm in Fall - Autumn Reminiscences
September 6, 1996: Summer at the Farm Stand
April 12, 1996: Early Land
January 5, 1996: A Farm in Winter
Brief Encounters (Norton, 2015): Star Light, Star Bright.
Creative Nonfiction: A Guide (Wadsworth, 2008): Influenza 1918.
One Hundred Great Essays (Penguin, 2007): Influenza 1918.
Shorts (Norton, 2005): Salt Hay.
Pushcart Prize XXVIII (Pushcart Press, 2003): Afterwards.
The Norton Book of Nature Writing (Norton, 2002): Baldwins.
The Georgia Review Essay Retrospective: The First Fifty Years (Georgia, 2002): Afterwards.
Sorrow's Company (Beacon Press, 2001): At Sea.
Pushcart Prize XXV (Pushcart Press, 2000): Twilight of the Apple Growers.
The Ohio Review New and Selected 30th Anniversary Issue (Ohio Review, 2000): Five Selections.
The Practical Guide To Writing (Addison Wesley Longman, 2000): review of The Hidden Writer.
Encounters: Readings for Exploration and Argument (McGraw-Hill, 1999): Influenza1918.
The Beacon Best of 1999 (Beacon Press, 1999):The Wilderness North of the Merrimack.
The Quill Reader (Harcourt Brace, 1999): Influenza 1918.
Leap Years: Transitions in the Lives of Women (Beacon Press, 1999): The Early Land.
In Brief (Norton, 1999): Bread.
Best American Essays 1996 (Houghton Mifflin, 1996): Influenza 1918.
In Short (Norton, 1996): Greenhouse.
Orion: Rain, May/June 2015.
Orion: Air, January/February 2013.
Orion: Hanna Colter, Spring 2005.
The Boston Sunday Globe: The Situation and the Story, November 4, 2001.
The Boston Sunday Globe: Island: Collected Stories of Alistair MacLeod, February 18, 2001.
The Boston Sunday Globe: The Land Was Everything, May 14, 2000.
The Georgia Review: Family Trees, Autumn 1999.
The Harvard Review: The Hidden Writer, Spring 1997.
The Boston Sunday Globe: A Handmade Wilderness, January 28, 1996.
Taos Review #4: 1991 - two poems.
Zone 3: Autumn 1991 - two poems.
Virginia Quarterly Review: Autumn 1990 - one poem
The Hudson Review: Autumn 1990 - three poems
The Hudson Review: Autumn 1988 - two poems
The Hudson Review: Winter 1987 - two poems
The Cumberland Poetry Review: Spring 1985 - two poems
The Ucross Foundation Poetry Anthology
Merrimack: A Poetry Anthology