The Nature Writers of Texas

Posted by ardeidae on September 05, 2005

Last week, Tony Gallucci of milkriverblog (and other fine blog venues) emailed me about the resurrection of an excellent site: The Nature Writers of Texas. In early 2003, Texas writer Burr Williams had the idea to archive works of nature writers who publish in Texas newspapers and magazines, and in March 2003, the site was spawned. I wasn’t aware of The Nature Writers of Texas before the server crash earlier this year, but after perusing some of the articles, it’s a definite recommendation. The new design of the site is much easier to read and navigate than the old one, so if you were a previous follower of The Nature Writers of Texas, be sure to update your bookmarks.


If you are a publishing author on the wildlife of Texas, or know someone who should be represented on The Nature Writers of Texas, check out their Original Author’s Statement and Guidelines page to find out how to contribute.





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