A geologist, a snowboarder, and a landscape painter all appreciate the same local mountain, yet they do so differently. What are the challenges and joys of capturing multiple unique views of a mountain (or a flower, or a waterfall, or a bird) on the page? In this workshop we experiment in the field with writing about natural subjects from numerous angles, and discuss how these angles can be fused, in longer pieces, to create multi-faceted portraits and investigations of a given subject.

When:  Saturday, June 15th, 2019
Time: 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m
Where:  TDB
Instructor: Leath Tonino 
Leath Tonino is a freelance writer. His work appears in Outside, Orion, The Sun, Men's Journal, High Country News, Tricycle, Sunset, New England Review, and elsewhere. He is the author of two collections of nature essays, The Animal One Thousand Miles Long and The West Will Swallow You.