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.
by Donna Caruso Bowden and Katherine Hauswirth / photography by TODD FAIRCHILD
In last year’s Spring edition of Seasons, the first Coming to America article started a story that continues to resonate in Connecticut, as well as in the nation at large.
Immigrants, whether arriving decades ago or recently, are woven into the fabric of our state and our country, and the reasons they come – and want to stay – are as varied as their stories. Whether prompted by hardship in their home countries, the...
This article is NOT by me but rather covers my book
This is a review of my book, The Book of Noticing
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 →...