Katherine Hauswirth’s nonfiction centers on nature, ecology, literature, and contemplation. Her award-winning Book of Noticing--essays on nature--was released via Homebound Publications in May 2017.
The Book of Noticing by Katherine Hauswirth | Homebound ...
The Book of Noticing by Katherine Hauswirth | Homeb...
What a Wonderful World
Article for Connecticut Outdoors supplement on the Stewart B. McKinney Wildlife Refuge
The Way in the Woods: A Week with Edwin Way Teale
Reflections on nature writing residency at Trail Wood, CT , in Connecticut Woodlands magazine
On Vistas, Voles, and Volition
An essay inspired by my Acadia National Park residency.
Includes a review of my book: Artists Celebrate The Legacy Of Edwin Way Teale
This article is NOT by me but rather covers my book
Final 2017 Almanac column for CT Woodlands
Quaker Ladies, Venus’ Pride, and Bluets that Fly
An example from my biweekly subscriber newsletter--Loving the World: Visits with Nature and Deeper Connection, at https://mailchi.mp/ab21e820d083/lovingtheworld
The Turtle and the May Apple
An example of my twice weekly subscriber newsletter--Loving the World: Visits with Nature and Deeper Connection . Subscribe at https://mailchi.mp/ab21e820d083/lovingtheworld
Wind at the Tarn
Essay reflecting on wind as a spiritual experience, set primarily in Acadia National Park
Orion Magazine | Deep River, Connecticut
On Orion's The Place Where You LIve: Deep River was the town that my husband and I could afford. But our financial prudence has been repaid with unexpected abundance. This place has unfolded joyfully before us, a small Continue reading →...
The Marsh Hen
Essay about time in Acadia, and more
Inheriting the Lake
Reflective essay on waterside lessons
The Good Earth: Foraging in Connecticut
An overview of common local picks, with perspectives from foragers and a unique New Haven restaurant
Words of Wonder
Starting on page 18, this piece is about an array of Connecticut kids' authors that focus on nature and natural science (page 18).
Connecticut Woodlands piece: Rare and Wondrous
This article is about old growth forests in the state.