Heather Durham holds a Master of Science in Environmental Biology from Antioch New England University and a Master of Fine Arts from the Northwest Institute of Literary Arts. She’s held a variety of environmental jobs around the country from interpretive park ranger to field biologist, trails worker to restoration ecologist. She currently lives in the foothills of the Washington Cascades where she works behind the scenes at Wilderness Awareness School. When not working or writing, you are likely to find Heather reading other nature writers, birding, or hunkered down in a riverside cedar grove with a journal, field guide, and binoculars, remembering wildness.

Work in Progress: Wolf Tree

This personal essay collection in progress delves deeper into some of the same themes introduced in Going Feral, while focusing less on personal journeys and more on bigger questions regarding human consciousness, human as animal, and ecopsychology, all explored within a variety of lyric and traditional narratives.