By Victoria Rotton. All that is certain and stagnant alights in a wildfire.
By Christopher Greer. Wildfires map the new borders of climate chaos.
By Beverly Lafontaine. From Santa Barbara to Oxnard, wildfires are changing what our seasons mean.
By Jan Steckel. Wildfires rage in Southern California, but it isn’t affecting everyone the same way.
By Anna Leahy. During California’s record-breaking wildfire season, a poet waits for wind to become fire.
By Joseph M. Gerace. In the heart of California’s wine country, twelve wildfires assault the land.
By Rodney Wilder. Positive environmental news comes from an unlikely place.
By Sean Arthur Joyce. 2017’s summer wildfires are the worst in British Columbia’s history.
By Maryam Kia-Keating. “I am tired of seeing the mountain burning. But the ashes keep coming.”