This session will explore the intersections between the human, nonhuman, and the environment in a changing landscape. We'll discuss the weird history of our engagement with nature, science, climate, and the nonhuman as well as the proximity of this engagement to cultural and historical sites. This session will also provide generative exercises for discovering connections between the human/nonhuman and the environment.
E. E. Hussey
Desert Nights, Rising Stars Fellow 2020
About E. E. Hussey
E.E. Hussey was born in the Philippines. She was raised in Japan and Italy and has lived in several U.S. cities. She holds degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and Johns Hopkins University. Her writing has appeared in PANK, Hayden’s Ferry Review, and elsewhere. She is a 2019 Tin House Scholar in short fiction and has also received support from the Vermont Studio Center. E.E. is currently an MFA student at the University of Alabama. You can find her online at www.eehussey.com or @eehussey.