The Association for the Study of Literature and Environment (ASLE) met recently in Victoria, British Columbia, and several participants have been blogging about it. NY Times environmental reporter Andy Revkin, who was a plenary speaker
at the conference, posts about it here. I’ve summarized his plenary comments as well as some of the other discussions around ecocriticism, environmental communication, and the future of reading and writing at Immanence. Other blogs discussing the conference and posting photos and observations from it include Terrain.org, Iambic Cafe, Keri Cronin, Writing as Jo, and West Procrastination.