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Janine writes poetry and creative non-ficion as well as book reviews and articles about pedagogy. Selected publications are listed below.
Of a Feather. A collection of poetry. Finishing Line Press: Cincinnati, Ohio. 2003. Published as part of their New Women's Voices series.
Individual poems published in Baltimore Review, Baybury Review, Bitter Oleander, Blue Violin, Chariton Review, Comstock Review, Connecticut River Review, The Distillery, Fireweed, The Fourth River: Nature and Culture, Frontiers, Hawaii Pacific Review, Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, Kalliope, Louisville Review, Madison Review, Mad Poets Review, Maryland Review, minnesota review, Owen Wister Review, Peralta Press, Phoebe, Portland Review, Roanoke Review, Seattle Review, Slant: A Journal of Poetry, Soundings East, Terrain.org, 13th Moon, West Wind Review, and numerous other journals.
"Telling Stories: An Interview with Kathryn Miles" An interview with an author. Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built and Natural Environments. Issue 31. Winter 2013.
"Survivor Day" An essay. Companions in Wonder: Children and Adults Exploring Nature Together, an anthology published by the MIT Press, March 2012.
"Snake Dreams" Place-based essay. Why We're Here: New York Essayists on Living Upstate, an anthology published by Colgate University Press, September 2010.
“Of the Fittest” Creative non-fiction essay about living within the limits of place. Hawk & Handsaw: The Journal of Creative Sustainability. Volume 3, 2010.
“Fences” A lyrical essay. Wild Thoughts: An Online Journal of Environmental Writing. January 2005
"Learn Like an Arachnid: Why I'm MOOCifying" Hybrid Pedagogy: A Digital Journal of Teaching and Technology. January, 2013.
Review of The Cincinnati Arch: Learning from Nature in the City by John Tallmadge. Interdisciplinary Studies of Literature and Environment, 13:1 (2006): 254.
Review of Gathering Moss: A Natural and Cultural History of Mosses by Robin Wall Kimmerer. Interdisciplinary Studies of Literature and Environment 11:2 (2004): 139.
“Amazing Growth at SUNY-ESF” with Julie White in Building and Sustaining Learning Communities by Hurd and Stein. Bolton, Massachusetts: Ankler Publishing, 2004.
Review of The Botany of Desire: A Plant’s Eye View of the World by Michael Pollan. Interdisciplinary Studies of Literature and Environment 10:2 (2003): 274.
“Skyline: September 12, 2001” Reflections on teaching writing the morning after the terrorist attack. Writing on the Edge 13:1 (Fall 2002):91.
“Can Mosquitos Inspire Creativity? Writing About the Natural World” Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, September 2012.
“Just Enough Science: Writing to Raise Ecological Awareness” Society for Literature Science and the Arts. Kitchener, Ontario, September 2011.
“River Birches, Poison Ivy, and Snake Dreams” Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment. Bloomington, Indiana, June 2011.
“Learning From Ecology: Writing as a Way of Listening to Place” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Atlanta, Georgia, April 2011.
“Environmental Writing in the Age of Global Climate Change” Associated Writers and Writing Programs. Washington, DC, February 2011.
“Learn the Flowers” Creative non-fiction. Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts. Indianapolis, Indiana, November 2010.
"From Awareness to Advocacy: New Directions for the Environmental Essay" Associated Writers and Writing Programs. Denver, Colorado, April 2010.
“River Birch: Touching Sky” Creative non-fiction reading. Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts. Atlanta, Georgia, November 2009
"The Virtues of the Virtual: Using Blogs to Communicate Place across Space" Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment. Victoria, BC, June 2009