March 15, 2018 / Praxis
Lucy Bryan turns to science to help her understand her abiding religious uncertainty.
Lucy Bryan lives in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, where she teaches science and research writing at James Madison University. She earned her MFA in creative writing at Penn State University. Her articles, essays, reviews, and stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Earth Island Journal, Quarterly West, Fourth River, Georgia Review, and Sojourners magazine, among others. She is currently working on an essay collection that uses landscape, ecology, and natural history as lenses for examining experiences of loss and discovery.