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Rubbertop Review 12, Rachel Roberts, Cristopher Shell 2021 The University of Akron

Rubbertop Review 12, Rachel Roberts, Cristopher Shell

Rubbertop Review

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Untitled, Maiken Møller- Andersen 2021 University of North Dakota

Untitled, Maiken Møller- Andersen

Floodwall Magazine

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Covid-19 Unforeseen With Other Stormy Scenes, Brianna Moncada 2021 University of North Dakota

Covid-19 Unforeseen With Other Stormy Scenes, Brianna Moncada

Floodwall Magazine

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Touch, JoJamba Matthews 2021 University of North Dakota

Touch, Jojamba Matthews

Floodwall Magazine

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Untitled, JoJamba Matthews 2021 University of North Dakota

Untitled, Jojamba Matthews

Floodwall Magazine

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A Cold Walk After Class, Grant Jhonson 2021 University of North Dakota

A Cold Walk After Class, Grant Jhonson

Floodwall Magazine

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Envelop, Cassandra Gustafson 2021 University of North Dakota

Envelop, Cassandra Gustafson

Floodwall Magazine

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Matchstick Keeper, Jona L. Pedersen 2021 University of North Dakota

Matchstick Keeper, Jona L. Pedersen

Floodwall Magazine

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Weather Vane, Jona L. Pedersen 2021 University of North Dakota

Weather Vane, Jona L. Pedersen

Floodwall Magazine

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The Journey Of Age, Katherine Hayes 2021 University of North Dakota

The Journey Of Age, Katherine Hayes

Floodwall Magazine

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At The End Of The Path, Jona Pedersen, Wyatt Atchley 2021 University of North Dakota

At The End Of The Path, Jona Pedersen, Wyatt Atchley

Floodwall Magazine

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Interview With Cathy Ulrich, Katherine Byers, Madelyn Gentile, Madison Knoll 2021 University of North Dakota

Interview With Cathy Ulrich, Katherine Byers, Madelyn Gentile, Madison Knoll

Floodwall Magazine

This spring, the students in UND’s ENGL 414 workshop (The Art of Writing Fiction) read a collection of micro and flash fictions titled Ghosts of You, by Cathy Ulrich. With its use of second person and a penchant for turning tropes of crime fiction on their heads, this book is a must read. Three ENGL 414 students had the opportunity to interview the author via email to discuss Cathy Ulrich’s intentions in Ghosts of You, as well as her own personal writing techniques. To borrow from how each story in Ghosts of You begins, “The thing about being ...


A Peak Ahead: Stories From The Albums, Christine Woodside 2021 Dartmouth College

A Peak Ahead: Stories From The Albums, Christine Woodside

Appalachia

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Books And Media, 2021 Dartmouth College

Books And Media

Appalachia

Along on the Wall by Alex Honnold with David Roberts. AMC’s Best Sea Kayaking in New England by Michael Daugherty. AMC’s Best Day Hikes in the White Mountains by Robert M. Buchsbaum. Living with Bears Handbook 2nd Edition by Linda Masterson. The Green Guide to Low-Impact Hiking and Camping by Laura and Guy Waterman. Deep Down Dark by Hector Tohar. The Man Who Built the Sierra Club by Robert Wyss. Welcome to the Goddamn Ice Cube by Blair Braverman. Acadia National Park: A Centennial Celebration with photography by Tom Blagden Jr.


News And Notes, 2021 Dartmouth College

News And Notes

Appalachia

Appalachian Mountain Club will sell its headquarters at 5 Joy Street in Boston. Massachusetts paddlers get new campsites in Montague and Whateley, Massachusetts. Harriman Outdoor Center opens in New York. President Obama creates Katahdin Wood and Waters National Monument in Maine. Medawisla Lodge and Cabins are rebuilt and will reopen. James Edward Mills tells a story of dealing with bodily functions in the Arctic tundra.


Letters, 2021 Dartmouth College

Letters

Appalachia

Mount Whitney, fact-checking, and a note from AMC to readers acknowledging the work of Gene Daniell and Jon Burroughs in its White Mountain Guide.


Alpina, 2021 Dartmouth College

Alpina

Appalachia

Nepal struggles to rebuild after the 2015 earthquake. Everest summiters numbered 456 in spring 2016. Three climbers make the first winter ascent of Nanga Parbat. Reflections on Tommy Caldwell, Keith Jorgeson, and Alex Honnold’s climbing in Yosemite. In Patagonia, Honnold and Colin Haley attempt the Torre Traverse and then climb it in reverse. In Memoriam: Nick Clinch. Jeffery Parrette resigns as Appalachia's Alpina editor after 29 years, and four who worked with him write tributes.


Accidents, 2021 Dartmouth College

Accidents

Appalachia

Analysis of accidents in the White Mountains (and nearby) in New Hampshire during the mild winter and spring 2016 include: benighted climbers on Mount Paugus; a dog rescues a lost teenager in Rindge; an underprepared hiker gets stuck going down Mount Washington; climbers get help by phone; a December hiker bushwhacking to avoid Franconia Brook gets in trouble; an experienced hiker collapses and dies on Franconia Ridge; a professional guide is found dead on the Castle Ravine Trail; A man slips and breaks his leg on Mount Cardigan; a skier falls and is badly hurt and a hiker slips and ...


Africa Mountain Journal 1971–2015, Douglass Teschner 2021 Dartmouth College

Africa Mountain Journal 1971–2015, Douglass Teschner

Appalachia

New England native Douglass Teschner reflects on four decades of mountain climbing he fit around his work for the Peace Corps and the United States Agency for International Development. He climbed in Morocco, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, South Africa, Mali, Mauritania, Botswana, and Guinea.


Bob Proudman: An Appreciation Of A Groundbreaking Trails Career, Rebecca Oreskes 2021 Dartmouth College

Bob Proudman: An Appreciation Of A Groundbreaking Trails Career, Rebecca Oreskes

Appalachia

Rebecca Oreskes writes an appreciation of the former Appalachian Mountain Club trail worker who build Garfield Ridge Campsite in the White Mountains and went on to direct trail projects on the Appalachian Trail.


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