Posts Tagged ‘prose’

  • Wide Is Love by Chris Schulte

    Dec 10, 18 • 187 Views • Climbing CultureNo Comments

    Gray and white clouds rack up in billowed folds like the belly scales of a snake and curl widely across the winded and golden sway-grass plain, crackle dry and wetted now and then by passing scattered storms. This rolling stretch of yellow land drones on and...

  • Climbing Past War by Stacy Bare

    Jul 11, 17 • 8566 Views • Locations1 Comment

    The uninitiated, those who don’t climb, always ask me why I do. I normally begin my response with the statement that I don’t climb enough. I’m a marginal climber at best and am thankful for many far superior climbing partners who humor me struggling up...

  • (On Bear’s Ears) Dear Sally Jewel, by Chris Kalman

    Dec 6, 16 • 2320 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    I heard you’re gonna be in Bluff. Got people telling me I should go—stand up for the places and the things I know. I wish someone had told me a month ago. Life gets in the way of life—you know? by Chris Kalman (spoiler alert, this piece is an excerpt...

  • Visions of Clark Mountain by Georgie Abel

    Jul 8, 15 • 2125 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    I wish I could tell you all about Clark in the exact way that my brain experiences it. But that has proven to be very hard to do, because there is something about that mountain that is so far from tangible, so far from words, so far from emotion, so far...