Landscapes: the Journal of the International Centre for Landscape and Language


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A Profusion of Parallel Tracks: Why Mongolian Roads of Dirt and Gravel Branch, Multiply, and Fuse Endlessly

Author Biography

Bill Yake examined water, sediment and air quality for environmental agencies before retiring to focus on poetry, travel and natural history. His collections include This Old Riddle: Cormorants and Rain and Unfurl, Kite, and Veer. In addition to having been featured on National Public Radio, his poems show up in magazines and anthologies serving the environmental and literary communities—from Wilderness Magazine to Anthropology and Humanism, from Open Spaces Quarterly to Fine Madness, from Rattle to ISLE. Other interests include photography, natural history, evolution and hiking.


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