David Gessner

David Gessner is the author of eight books, including "Sick of Nature," "The Prophet of Dry Hill" and "Return of the Osprey." His work has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, the Boston Globe, Outside, the Georgia Review, the Harvard Review and Orion. He has taught environmental writing at Harvard, and is currently an associate professor at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, where he founded the national literary journal, Ecotone.

The real Grizzly Man: No one knows brown bears like Vietnam vet, monkey-wrencher, wild man Doug Peacock David Gessner
"The damnation of a canyon": The Glen Canyon dam is mind-blowing -- unless you'd seen the canyon before it was destroyed David Gessner
A time of drought and fires: How to think about the West as it becomes drier and hotter David Gessner
Wallace Stegner and Edward Abbey have never been more relevant in the drought-stricken West David Gessner
Dawson's Creek is flooded with raw sewage David Gessner
Dunes alone can't save us David Gessner
Sandy recovery: Walls won't stop superstorms David Gessner
Hurricane Sandy: Rebuilding is madness David Gessner
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