BK Loren is the author of the novel Theft, winner of the Mountains and Plains Booksellers Award, the Willa (Cather) award, and a finalist in other national awards.
Her collection of essays, Animal, Mineral Radical won the Colorado Book Award, and Loren is grateful for the many grants and fellowships her work has garnered through the years. Her shorter fiction and nonfiction have been published widely in anthologies and periodicals, including Orion, The Future of Nature, and the Best Spiritual Writing anthologies of 2004 and 2012. She is currently completing a new novel and the screenplay for Theft, which has been optioned for film.
Contributions to Humans & Nature:
- Process or Product: The Inextricable Beauty of Nature and Art
A response to “What happens when we see ourselves as separate from or a part of nature?”
- Our Silly Cultural Conscience
A response to “What are the connections between culture and conscience?”
- Of Woolly Truths and Mammoth Fears
A response to “How far should we go to bring back lost species?”
Visit BK Loren’s personal website to learn more about her writing and upcoming events.
A book by BK Loren.