Publications

Essays

“Scattering Blue,” published July 25, 2016, Entropy.

“Through The Window,” published Feb. 2017, Bird’s Thumb.

Looking at Weasels,” published Nov. 2017, Animal Literary Magazine.


Other nonfiction writing

The American Robin: My Least Favorite Bird.” September 2017, In The Air, Montana Woman Magazine. 

“Afternoon with an American Dipper.” July 2017, In The Air, Montana Woman Magazine. 

“Snow Geese at Freezeout Lake.” April 2017, In The Air, Montana Woman Magazine. 

“Black-capped Chickadee.” February 2017, In The Air, Montana Woman Magazine.

“All About The Western Meadowlark,” aired on Montana Public Radio on May 22, 2016 on the Montana Natural History Center Field Notes segment

“Townsend’s Solitaire: Soundtrack To Your Hike,” aired on Montana Public Radio on February 7, 2016 on the Montana Natural History Center Field Notes segment.

“Why I Climb.”  posted Feb. 27, 2013, on OutdoorMindedMag.com

Presque Isle Bird Banding Blog (April- October 2011)

Here are the links to some of my favorite blog posts I wrote while I was interning with PA Audubon in Erie, Pennsylvania.

“Climbing Through Life.” 2009, The OWL (Ohio Wesleyan University).

“Bats in the Backyard.” 2009, The OWL (Ohio Wesleyan University).

“Fernandina Island.”  2009, Confiscated (Ohio Wesleyan University).

Starfruit with Meredith.”  2009, Confiscated (Ohio Wesleyan University).

Shoreline.” 2009, Confiscated (Ohio Wesleyan University).

“Banana Poems.” 2006, Confiscated (Ohio Wesleyan University).


Academic Publications

Burtt, Edward H., Jr., Schroeder, Max R., Smith, Lauren A., Sroka, Jenna E., and McGraw, Kevin J. Colourful parrot feathers resist bacterial degradationBiology Letters. 7.2. (2011): 214-216.

Summers, J.A., Nary, D., Lassmann, & Smith, L. (April, 2017). “What is Rural Resilience?” Poster presentation at the annual NARRTC conference in Alexandria, VA. See http://rtc.ruralinstitute.umt.edu/resilience-poster-2017-narrtc/.

Smith, L. ed. RTC:Rural, 2017.  Advocacy Skill Building Toolkit.  A toolkit for Centers for Independent Living and others to conduct workshops that use improv to introduce and develop advocacy skills in youth with disabilities.


Camas

For my second year of graduate school at The University of Montana, I was one of the co-editors of Camas: The Nature of the West, a literary magazine produced by the Environmental Studies graduate students at UM. Along with the fantastic Chandra Brown, my co-editor/conspirator/roommate, we produced two issues: Winter 2015 and Summer 2016.

Winter 2015: Movement

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Summer 2016: Revolutions

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