Adrienne Ross Scanlan’s nature writing and other creative nonfiction has appeared in City Creatures, the Prentice Hall Reader, Sugar Mule, Pilgrimage, Tiny Lights, and many other print or online journals. She was the nonfiction editor of the Blue Lyra Review, and her narrative nonfiction book, Turning Homeward: Restoring Hope and Nature in the Urban Wild (Mountaineers Books), is a Washington State Book Award Finalist (2017), a Sigurd Olson Nature Writing Award (2016 Notable Book), and a Nautilus Book Awards (Silver Medal 2016-2017). Her website is adrienne-ross-scanlan.com and she can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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