Newsletters / #019 In Case You Missed It
Everything Gets Worse: An Antarctica StoryIn winter of 1912, as Robert Falcon Scott was striving to be the first to reach the South Pole, six of his men became stranded for 17 months. In this story that ranges from north to south and from past to present, John O’Connor chronicles the group’s efforts to remain not only alive but sane at “Inexpressible Island,” a 9′ x 12’ enclosure they hacked out of the ice, where they remained through the long months of winter darkness.
True Story, Issue #32
In the Midst of Winter"Resilience" is the new buzzword, but are there traumas too difficult to overcome?
My First Baptist WinterFor a recently transplanted son of missionaries, snowy Kansas seems impossibly far from the sunny biblical lands
The SnowLost in a surprise blizzard, a young woman trusts a mysterious stranger
The Power of Something Greater Than Yourself: An Interview with Al RokerAmerica's weatherman on his accidental television career; why we’re so addicted to watching news coverage of weather events; and the satisfactions of writing books
Killing WolvesThe trapper struggles to hold on to something that seems almost as elusive as the wolves they pursue: the chance to make a life out of wilderness
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