Publications

Links to Published Articles and Essays:

Cary Living Magazine
Making a Difference: The Romance of Raptor Rescues
November/December 2017 (also appeared in Midtown)

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Western Wake Surges Forward
January/February 2018

Midtown Magazine 
Feeling Stressed? Take Five and Go Outside
September/October 2017
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Green Thumbs for All
March/April 2018 (also appeared in Cary Living)

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http://www.midtownmag.com/green-thumbs-for-all/

All the Buzz About Bees
May/June 2018 

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http://www.midtownmag.com/all-the-buzz-about-bees/

Animal Adventures Around Our State
Midtown Magazine July/August 2018

Photo: Conservators Center
http://www.midtownmag.com/animal-adventures/

Animal Adventures Around Our State
Cary Living Magazine July/August 2018


Photo: NC Zoo

http://www.caryliving.com/animal-adventures/

Gardening to Attract Birds July/August 2018
Midtown and Cary Living magazines


Photo: Will Stewart
http://www.caryliving.com/home-and-garden/

Midtown Magazine July/August 2018
Minding Your Business: Flavors From Afar
Polonez Polish Market
http://www.midtownmag.com/on-the-home-scene/

Cary Living July/August 2018
Minding Your Business: Global Foods at Local Grocery

Golden Hex European Groceries and Deli
http://www.caryliving.com/minding-your-business/

Midtown September/October 2018
Out on the Town: Dog-Friendly Raleigh
http://www.midtownmag.com/out-on-the-town-dogfriendly-raleigh/

Cary Living September/October 2018
A Page in Time
http://www.caryliving.com/a-page-in-time/

Discover the Wild West
http://www.caryliving.com/discover-the-wild-west/

Fall Fun For All
http://www.caryliving.com/fun-for-all/

Cary Living November/December 2018
Cary’s Finest… Sometimes Have Four Legs and a Commanding Bark
http://www.caryliving.com/carys-finest/

A Holiday Tradition Burns Bright Across Cary
https://issuu.com/midtown/docs/cary-web-all_bed3383a16e15c/40

Cary Living January/February 2019
Building Community: Africa Connections Love Abounds is Changing Lives
http://www.caryliving.com/building-community 

 Community: Showtime for Downtown Cary
http://www.caryliving.com/community-showtime-in-downtown-cary/

Midtown Magazine March/April 2019
To Every Life a Season: Historic Oakwood Cemetery’s Death Letter Project
http://www.midtownmag.com/downtown

Cary Living March/April 2019
Plant it Forward: Celebrate Arbor Day in Downtown Cary
http://www.caryliving.com/community-scene

O. Henry Magazine March 2019
Heaven in a Wildflower
http://www.ohenrymag.com/botanicus-7/

Seasons Style & Design Spring 2019
The Garden Guru: Flora’s Abode
http://seasonsmagazinenc.com/the-garden-guru/

Seasons Style & Design Summer 2019
The Garden Guru: Wild Kingdom
https://seasonsmagazinenc.com/the-garden-guru-2/

Midtown Magazine May/June 2019 Also appeared in Cary Living
Urban Nesting: Tour d’Coop
http://www.midtownmag.com/on-the-community-scene-urban-nestingCascading Wonders: Waterfall Adventures Across North Carolina
https://www.midtownmag.com/cascading-wonders

Citizen Scientists Unite
http://www.midtownmag.com/education-prairie-ridge-ecostation

The Atelier Project: Conversations About Creativity ed. Molly Murray
Essay ‘Virginia Woolf: Creative Writing Teacher’

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https://www.amazon.com/Atelier-Project-Conversations-About-Creativity/dp/1512271063/

Streetlight Magazine Guest Blog Post
Taking the Next Right Step
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https://streetlightmag.com/?s=taking+the+right+step


Confluence: The Journal of Graduate Liberal Studies
Essay ‘Roads Not Taken’ appears in VOL. XVIII:I.

Duke University Master’s Project on DukeSpace
Bloomsbury and the Natural World

This thesis explores the role that the natural world played in the art and writing of the Bloomsbury group. Very little academic work has been done on this topic beyond the coffee-table books on the gardens of Charleston Farmhouse and Monk’s House. Most serious work has been on the various themes of nature found in Virginia Woolf’s more popular novels. Nature is a prolific theme in the Bloomsbury Group’s painting and literature and they devoted much time to it. Their attitude towards nature was one of respect, not veneration like that of the Romantic period. They viewed man as a part of nature, not outside of nature, or controlling nature. Holding a biocentric view of nature, they eschewed the prevailing attitude of anthropocentricism. They were concerned with the idea of civilization and wrote extensively about what it meant to be civilized. Another major Bloomsbury theme was the contrast of nature wild versus nature tamed. These ideas were discussed, written about, and depicted in their artwork. This paper investigates the aforementioned Bloomsbury topics and also includes man (and woman’s) relationship to nature, terror in the garden, joy in the garden, and the protection of nature.