Christopher Shaw

Lecturer, English and American Literatures; Associate Director, Program in Environmental Journalism

Christopher Shaw is the author of Sacred Monkey River: A Canoe Trip With the Gods, (W.W. Norton 2000) about the Usumacinta River and watershed in Chiapas, Mexico, and Guatemala. In the Eighties he edited Adirondack Life magazine, and in the Nineties could be heard on North Country Public Radio, in northern New York, as a commentator and producer of the program Northern Voices, where he interviewed writers such as Russell Banks and James Howard Kunstler. His articles, stories and reviews have appeared in the anthologies The Nature of Nature, Rooted in Rock, and The Adirondack Reader, as well as in the book Lake Champlain, an Illustrated History, the New England Review, Outside, and the New York Times, among other publications. He has received New York Foundation for the Arts and Bread Loaf fellowships. Shaw teaches Creative Writing at Middlebury, and is the associate director of the Middlebury Fellowships in Environmental Journalism.

 

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