Terry Tempest Williams
Terry Tempest Williams, author, naturalist and environmental activist, is perhaps best known for writing “Refuge: An Unnatural History of Family and Place,” a classic in American nature writing. Her other books include “An Unspoken Hunger,” “Desert Quartet: An Erotic Landscape,” “Coyote’s Canyon” and “Pieces of White Shell: A Journey to Navajoland,” and two children’s books, “The Secret Language of Snow” and “Between Cattails.” Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, Nation, Outside, Audubon, Orion, Iowa Review, New England Review and other national and international publications. She has been a fellow for the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation and received a Lannan Literary Fellowship in Creative Nonfiction. Williams lives in Castle Valley, Utah.
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