Interview with Keith Taylor on Writing, Nature and the Biological Station as Muse


Aug 14, 2012

In this double-dose Bug Camp episode of WCBN's "Living Writers" show, Liz Wason talks with Keith Taylor about his poems, the upper midwest landscape, and his visceral reaction to Stravinsky's "Rite of Spring."  Wason was a BART student at the Station and recently received her Ph.D. from the U-M Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology; Taylor teaches the Station's Environmental Writing and Great Lakes Literature course.  He also coordinates the undergraduate creative writing program at U-M.  In 2011, Taylor released Marginalia for a Natural History, a collection of poems largely inspired by his experiences at the Biological Station.