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Photo of Emerald Lake Canada by 12019 for Pixabay
All Autoethnographic Poetry Special Issue 2022: Climate Change

Autoethnographic Poetry: First Summer in Whitehorse

“This poem is rumination on how the personal experience of volunteering in never-before-seen flood relief efforts in the remote north reinforces the research that ‘many of the changes observed in the climate are unprecedented in thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of years.'”

Illustration of Canadian goose by Terry Graff
All Autoethnographic Essays Autoethnographic Multimedia Special Issue 2022: Climate Change

Autoethnographic Art and Essay: Ode to Bygone Birds of Childhood, Part 1 – Drawings

“In retrospect, it was inevitable that birds and machines would converge in my work as a life-long exploration and expression of the relationship between nature and technology through the creation of avian cyborgs, the genesis of which can be traced back to my early drawings of robots and of the bygone birds of my childhood.”