Publication Date

2002

Disciplines

American Literature

Abstract

This interview with Terry Tempest Williams is part of a series of conversations with contemporary western writers about the ethical and cultural implications of nature writing.

Document Type

Published Version

Comments

This article is the publisher-created version, also considered to be the final version or the version of record. It includes value-added elements provided by the publisher, such as copy editing, layout changes, and branding consistent with the rest of the publication.

Original Citation

David Thomas Sumner
Testimony, Refuge, and the sense of place: a conversation with Terry Tempest Williams.
Weber Studies, 2002, volume 19, issue 3
http://weberjournal.weber.edu/archive/archive%20C%20Vol.%2018.2-21.1/Vol.%2019.3/Sumner%20Williams.htm

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