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A writer chronicles the life and times of the African clawed frog, from the one her father purchased for her childhood terrarium, to the species’ part in the development of modern pregnancy tests, to her twin sister’s research on the frog’s role in the global chitryd pandemic.
On the long drive to visit a national park, and on the trails and at a river within that park, a poet contemplates a landscape she loves, and in the process takes on cultural appropriation, white privilege, and the gendering of wilderness.
Traveling into the heart of coal country along with her friend and collaborator, Kelley Libby, a Virginia writer documents time spent with coal miner, Regular Baptist preacher, and renowned singer Frank Newsome, and tracks changes in her own thinking about her state’s environment and how people interact with it.