Cynthia Barnett

Environment Writer Interviews: Cynthia Barnett

For background on this series, see my first post. So far we’ve talked with Rebecca Lawton, an environment writer based in California; Abby Palmer, a nature writer based in the Lower Mainland of BC; Korice Moir, a water policy researcher and writer based in Toronto; and Kimberly Moynahan, a science writer based in Toronto. Our…

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Environment writer interviews: Kimberly Moynahan

For background on this series, see my first post. So far we’ve talked with Rebecca Lawton, an environment writer based in California; Abby Palmer, a nature writer based in the Lower Mainland of BC; and Korice Moir, a water policy researcher and writer based in Toronto. Our fourth interviewee is Kimberly Moynahan I first met…

Environment writer interviews: Korice Moir

For background on this series, see my first post. So far we’ve talked with Rebecca Lawton, an environment writer based in California, and Abby Palmer, a nature writer based in the Lower Mainland of BC. Our third interviewee is Korice Moir. As with our previous two interviewees, I first met Korice via Twitter through our…

Environment writer interviews: Abby Palmer

For background on this series, see my first post. So far we’ve talked with Rebecca Lawton, an environment writer based in California. Our second interviewee is Abby Palmer I initially met Abby on Twitter through our shared interest in nature writing. She was taking Sharon Blackie’s ‘Beyond Nature Writing‘ online course, and shared a lot…

Environment writer interviews: Rebecca Lawton

One of the many things I think about is what it means to be a writer – particularly a female environment writer. It seems that the sub-genre of nature writing is characterized by a lack of women – not that they’re not out there, but that male writers are more often publicly championed (see Kathleen…